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The Australian publishing industry has pushed back against a proposal to remove restrictions that have long shielded local manufacturers and distributors yet limited access...
A renowned US economist has endorsed a pessimistic outlook for the Australian economy over the next 12 months, warning of a Chinese slowdown, halting...
Entering into an international trading relationship can appear complex and challenging to many SMEs. The risks are real and need to be carefully managed.
The fortunes of one Tasmanian business have risen to international prominence on the growing popularity of a small purple bear, popularised in China and Hong Kong, thanks to a unique marketing strategy.
Entering the local market at perhaps just the right time, Swedish cider brand Rekorderlig is well-known and recognisable for its sleek branding. Yet far from being the brainchild of a faceless corporation, it all started at a kitchen table 19 years ago.
How many Royal Australian Air Force pilots leave to start their own natural skincare business? In all likelihood, not many. MooGoo, now stocked by 1,500 retailers and hospitals nationwide, started seven years ago quite by accident.
Considering trading opportunities with China, many Australian SMEs may view the market as almost exclusively an exporter. Yet new research reveals the reality is in fact quite the opposite.
If you’re trading with suppliers in China, taking advantage of the recently unlocked Renminbi currency can help with cash flow, profit margins and negotiating.
Well, 2012 is done and dusted. We survived the fiscal cliff, the end of the world, and currency volatility continued to be the norm. During the Christmas and New Year period alone, currency markets rode a roller coaster up and down a 200 point range.