The government wants Australia to grow defence exports 800% by 2028. Investing in the cyber industry may be the only way to get there.
The new TPP means fewer barriers for Australian exports, but there a number of loose ends – not least if the United States decides to rejoin.
How do foods break into new niches and global markets? US cranberry growers, saddled with large surpluses and working to boost demand for their product, could take a lesson from soybeans.
New stores based on the business of personal shoppers for Chinese clients are capitalising on the country's emerging middle class.
Crunching the numbers on 14 years of trading shows one of the assumptions about global markets is looking fragile.
China's bid for an infrastructure blitz to drive overland trade through to Europe will end up being overshadowed.
New modelling shows that Australia’s distance from Europe and the United States hurts our exports, but this will change as Asia develops.
Surveys show Trump's election is damaging America's reputation abroad, which research suggests could deal a sharp blow to US trade.
Smaller companies are failing to move quickly into overseas sales. It may be time for government to put its money where its mouth is.
While borrowers may not be thrilled by the Federal Reserve's decision to raise rates, many of us have plenty of reason to celebrate.
A CSIRO report suggests Australian manufacturers need to better design custom products and hook into global supply chains to survive.
Australia's relatively small market size means it must rely more heavily on international markets to innovate.
Australia is not mustering the exports of beef it should under the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement, a new report finds.
The reputation of Australia's winemarkers is at risk because of the way taxes and subsidies distort the industry.
A weak pound might be good for exports but it is bad news for the investment that the economy is based on.
Ghana could learn a great deal from Trinidad and Tobago about how to manage its energy sector – and about what pitfalls to avoid.
We hear a lot about how essential coal and other mineral exports are for Australia. Is it true? Only for a relatively small section of the population.
Why those who want to lean on imperial relations should think again.
Small importers rely on the seller being liable for any import duty - but that situation is being eroded.
Like any commodity, the value of the rand is determined by the market forces of supply and demand. Its weakening is also affected by a myriad of structural problems facing the South African economy.