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  • Big wins for smaller exporters: China-Australia FTA

    Big wins for smaller exporters: China-Australia FTA
    Under the China Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA), big opportunities will exist for agricultural exports with considerable growth potential, like dairy, beef, lamb, wine and horticultural products. Australia’s wool industry will also benefit from improved trading conditions.
  • Financial markets weekly wrap

    Financial markets weekly wrap
    Weekly financial markets updated week ending 21st November 2014
  • Markets Today: USD Struggles To Lift Despite Supportive Data

    Markets Today: USD Struggles To Lift Despite Supportive Data
    The USD lost some ground in a night where, by all rights, it should’ve gained. The price action in EUR/USD is remarkable in the way that dips toward 1.2500 were rebuffed, despite data from both sides of the Atlantic that should have invited a clear break below.
  • China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: Highlights

    China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: Highlights
    The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (FTA) offers considerable potential for Australian agricultural and services firms as a result of their improved market access. Dairy, meat and horticulture stand to gain significantly while most resource exports will end up having duty free access.
  • Engaging with Indonesia

    Engaging with Indonesia
    Indonesia is Australia’s 11th-largest export market and 12th-largest trading partner. From what to wear to business meetings to how best to manage the decision-making process, we share tips to help Australian businesses prepare for opportunities within the world’s 16th-largest economy.
  • Switzer Property Insights: Borrowing to buy property via SMSF

    Switzer Property Insights: Borrowing to buy property via SMSF
    Financial commentator, Peter Switzer, explores property investment through Self-managed Superannuation Funds (SMSFs). Peter explains the benefits of borrowing through an SMSF, steps to get an LRBA as well as some ‘Do nots’ when considering if it’s right for your situation.
  • Exciting opportunities for Australian agribusiness

    Exciting opportunities for Australian agribusiness
    Following the signing of the China-Australia Free-Trade Agreement yesterday, NAB General Manager Agribusiness, Khan Horne said dairy, beef, lamb, wine, horticulture, grains and seafood are some of the sectors set to benefit, and that it’s an exciting for many farmers across the country.
  • Building a legacy

    Building a legacy
    15 years ago, Indonesian-born Astrid Vasile turned to a career in construction after she moved to Australia. Today, she’s one of just 12 female registered builders in the country, plus Executive Chair of the Australian Indonesian Businesswomen’s & Professionals Network.
  • East Asian Emerging Market Economies – November 2014

    East Asian Emerging Market Economies – November 2014
    Moderate sub-trend growth continues across the emerging market economies of East Asia (S Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, HK and Philippines). Growth in the region to increase gradually through the next couple of years.
  • China Economic Comment – November 2014

    China Economic Comment – November 2014
    Twelve months ago, China’s Government announced its reform agenda, following on from the Third Plenum. So far, progress on these reforms has been limited, primarily in social policies such as loosening the Hukou system – which we have argued could go further – and the One Child Policy.
  • US Economic Update – November 2014

    US Economic Update – November 2014
    The U.S. economy is growing at an above trend pace, with strong jobs growth. We expect the Fed to start raising rates in mid-2015. While there are signs wages growth is starting to strengthen, low inflation remains the main risk that may delay rate hikes.
  • Commodity Update: Minerals and Energy – October 2014

    Commodity Update: Minerals and Energy – October 2014
    Divergent economic conditions around the world are having a net negative impact on commodity prices. Chinese GDP growth slowed to its lowest pace since early 2009, while parts of the economy that are key to industrial commodities remain comparatively weak.
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