Thursday 22nd Nov, 2018

Minister seeks to cement ties with Timor-Leste

The small nation to our north still requires considerable investment and development

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ONE, MSC and Hapag-Lloyd partner on service

The three lines announced a partnership on the Asia-South America service


China increases its crude oil imports

Several factors are seemingly at play as China seeks to build its crude oil stocks

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International demand grows for forestry products

The Australian forestry products sector has a strong future, according to Senator Richard Colbeck

Photo: By James Niland - Flickr: Queensland Fruit Fly - Bactrocera tryoni

Fruit fly program aims to reassure export markets

Fruit flies have the potential to make Australian produce less appealing to overseas buyers


APEC member nations face challenges together, says PNG PM

Against a backdrop of China–US tensions, the PNG PM has provided a message of hope

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Ichthys officially opened

The colossal LNG processing and export facility in Darwin is officially open for business


Trade trouble not so sweet at WTO

Australia says Indian sugar subsidies are hurting its sugar farmers and exporters and is taking the complaint to the WTO