Brexiteers keen to follow Norway's example face an awkward dilemma.
Racial violence has its parallels in other forms of violence in India. The prejudice runs across multiple channels from caste, region, religion to gender.
The major presidential candidates each gave an economic address this week. Get behind the problems they identified and the promises they made with this roundup of key coverage from our archive.
India stands to economically benefit from the introduction of a Goods and Services Tax. Australia could also cash in.
The Brexiteer's desire to 'take back control' fails to account for the realities of the globalised world we live in.
A WikiLeaks release of confidential documents about a multinational trade agreement shows it will add more complexity to trade in services which may cost Australian businesses.
The best option for future relations seems to be EEA membership, but that puts paid to the ideal of 'taking back control'.
If the United States doesn't ratify the Trans-Pacific Partnership, China will be more likely to succeed with its own trade agreement.
The Australian government is using anti-dumping laws are a tool for protecting industries which aren't competitive, at a cost to consumers.
As the budget deficit fades from political view, anxiety shifts to the much wider current account deficit. It may signal UK dynamism, but neither financing nor closing it look easy after Brexit.
The difference between a customs union and a free trade area – explained.
The control of imported goods is a quick fix that doesn't resolve fundamental economic problems. It must be accompanied by a policy focus on macroeconomic issues, labour and agriculture.
The added costs from trade-related red tape that will result from leaving the EU are certain and they will be costly for business and government.
Countries in the East African Community should take time to reflect afresh on what an economic partnership with the EU should look like.
Business Briefing: The hurdles, pitfalls and payoffs of investing in Indonesia.
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When it comes to doing business in Indonesia, some Australian businesses have a lot to learn.
The reputation of Australia's winemarkers is at risk because of the way taxes and subsidies distort the industry.
The free trade agreement between Australia and China won't mean an influx of Chinese workers, but rather an increase in Chinese investment which could be key to some Australian industries.
Norway, Switzerland, Canada and a WTO-only trade relationship are are the obvious options for the UK post-Brexit.
Business Briefing: Trouble in the South China Sea.
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The international court ruling against China's expansion in the South China Sea puts Australia in a tricky situation.
Much of the increased co-operation between Australia and Indonesia must begin by strengthening supply and value chains and investment ties between the two countries.