Article – New China free trade zones to lift growth

14 December 2014 Jamil Anderlini Financial Times China will create three new free trade zones modeled on one established a year ago in Shanghai as the government tries to support lackluster trade […]

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Korea FTA unlocks opportunities for small business

12 December 2014 Minister for Trade and Investment Small and medium businesses in Australia are being encouraged to explore exciting new export opportunities made possible by the Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA), […]

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Article – Winning Over the Xi Dynasty

21 November 2014 Laura Tingle Australian Financial Review In the midst of a budget crisis and after several years of tense relations, a transition in the Chinese leadership was the catalyst for […]

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Article – Aussie cattle on a Thai beef roll

11 December 2014 Colin Bettles Farmonline RETURNS to Australian cattle producers are set for a boost under new market access into Thailand for feeder and slaughter cattle, according to federal Agriculture Minister […]

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Article – Rinehart wants business to "speak up"

28 November 2014 AAP Mining billionaire Gina Rinehart has called on business leaders to speak up against government regulations she says are making it harder for Australia to compete. Speaking at CEO […]

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Article – Major gas project set for $1.2b extension

27 November 2014 The West Australian Energy giant Woodside and its partners have committed $1.2 billion to extend Australia’s largest oil and gas development. The Persephone project will be the third development […]

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Article – Qatar launches first of 3 new economic zones

25 November 2014 MENAFN Qatar announced it has launched the first of three new special economic zones established to help the country with diversifying its economy, Arabian Business reported. The Ras Bufontas […]

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Article – Archaic systems crippling export

24 November 2014 Andrew Marshall Stock and Land CONSUMERS across Asia expect agriculturally-rich Australia will strive to double food export values to $75 billion by 2050, but the nation is so ill-prepared […]

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Article – Gina Rinehart says Australia would not survive without mining

24 November 2014 Vicky Validakis Ferret Gina Rinehart said the negativity aimed at the mining industry needs to stop, stating Australia would be unable to survive without the sector. Speaking to the […]

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Article – Govts must cut mining regulation: Rinehart

22 November 2014 Neda Vanovac The West Australian Mining magnate Gina Rinehart has conceded the anti-development message is winning as she called on government to relax regulation and cut mining red tape. […]

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