Latest international trade News

Economic Bulletin May 2024
Support for our diversified economy in City Budget 2024-25
Expanded irradiation facilities to bolster horticulture exports in Victoria
Supporting Australian Exporters To Diversify And Expand
Major Partner Of Tasmanian Export Awards Announced
Understanding Ban On Live Sheep Export
Bringing World To Tasmania’s Doorstep
Applications Open for Pilot First Nations Trade and Investment Advisory Group
Applications Open for Pilot First Nations Trade and Investment Advisory
South Australia showcased to the world as the state’s international tourism recovery outperforms the national average
SA And Maryland Sign AUKUS Pact
Trade and Investment Growth Committee to inquire into the utilisation of benefits under Australia’s free trade agreements
Securing Australia’s Future In World
Shiploads Of Premium WA Avocados Arrive In India
Penk travels to Peru for trade meetings
FAO puts focus on importance of technology for International Day of Plant Health
NSW Government swiftly responds to confirmation of white spot in wild-caught school prawns
China’s ‘new three’ exports dominate the 2023 global green transition
Budget secretly housing an opportunity
Rabobank Beef Industry Awards Dinner
NZ not backing down in Canada dairy dispute
Strengthening Australia’s approach to trade negotiations: final report published
Australia’s approach to trade negotiations: final report published
Kiwi exporters win as NZ-EU FTA enters into force
2024 Export Award Nominations Open
Note From Andrew Cox
2024 World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day CEO statement
Ashurst international trade and regulatory offering expands with new partner hire
Australia Extends Tariff Relief For Ukraine
Firebrick Pharma launches Nasodine in the United States
Microsoft invests $1.5 billion in Abu Dhabi’s G42 to accelerate AI development and global expansion 
A step forward for simpler trade between New Zealand and Singapore
WA to co-host its first Ministerial Council on Trade and Investment
Being Internationally Recognised Hard Way
2024 World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day
United States lifts ban on New Zealand fish exports
World of Work stakeholders voice support for the pandemic accord, highlighting workers’ rights and needs during pandemics
Norco Exports Full Steam Ahead After Floods
Labor Sees Potential In Northern Territory
VICTORIA’S TOP APPRENTICES TO COMPETE AT WORLDSKILLS COMPETITION
Consultation Begins On Next Set Of PRRT Regulations
Introducing new Australian Chief Veterinary Officer Dr Beth Cookson
Strong Australian Wine Presence At ProWein 2024
Progress Report: Sustainability, Digitalization and Safety in Air Cargo
Study Finds Rising Shark And Ray Extinction Risk
Fished for their meat and liver oil, many remarkable deep-water sharks and rays now face extinction
Turkish Airlines, Welcome To Melbourne
Planting Foundation To Grow SA’s Forest Industry