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NSW Government backs exporters to go global

NSW Government backs exporters to go global

20.08.2020 NSW Government

Small and medium-sized businesses and regional communities across the State are set to benefit from a coordinated NSW Government push to showcase local products and develop global export sales.

 
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Questions over exports as air cargo volumes nosedive

Questions over exports as air cargo volumes nosedive

18.08.2020 Patrick Hatch

Australia's peak export body says government air freight subsidies will need to be extended to ensure local agricultural products can get to overseas buyers, with an existing $350 million support package set to dry up at the end of the year.

 
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De Bortoli Wines: We’re With You Every Step Of The Way

De Bortoli Wines: We’re With You Every Step Of The Way

11.08.2020 Export Council of Australia

The ECA member De Bortoli Wines, winemakers with 90-year long history, have faced many challenges due to COVID-19. They were expecting a 50 percent increase in some export markets leading into 2020, but unfortunately that was not the case as lockdowns took effect in February. In certain export markets the budget shortfall for the last 5 months of the year is as high as 65 percent.

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Webinar - Get cash flow confident with OFX & CPA Australia

Webinar - Get cash flow confident with OFX & CPA Australia

07.08.2020 OFX

Does your business operate globally or have a global supply chain?

As we enter a new era of ‘business as unusual’ where volatile markets seem to be the new normal, it has never mattered more for business owners to have confidence managing their cash flow.
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Accelerating Trade Grant Program

Accelerating Trade Grant Program

28.07.2020 Tasmanian Government, Department of State Growth

Initiative 4.1 under the Tasmanian Trade Strategy 2019-2025 (‘the Strategy’), the Accelerating Trade Grant Program helps Tasmanian businesses to collaborate, expand their presence and introduce Tasmanian products and services to the world.

 
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COVID-19 recovery requires changes to global supply chains

COVID-19 recovery requires changes to global supply chains

28.07.2020 Arnold Jorge

The global trading landscape is shifting dramatically. Previously disregarded potential crises are now all too real. To succeed beyond Covid-19 and future catastrophes, Australian traders will need to take account of the risks seriously and make operational changes that allow them to adapt to short-term disruptions and stay competitive in the longer-term.

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What will your new normal look like?

What will your new normal look like?

21.07.2020 Leanne Lewis - Insync Personnel

The world as we know it will never be the same again. This year we have had to deal with the largest global healthcare crisis of our lifetime. Every single person on the planet has been affected by COVID-19 in some way or another.

 
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The Australian trade response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and issues into the future

The Australian trade response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and issues into the future

14.07.2020 Andrew Hudson

In the Australian context, some of the measures adopted by our Federal and State governments and their agencies are summarised below. The general intent has been to “keep the borders open” but we are now at a stage of planning what additional measures may need to be adopted to assist the recovery of the international supply chain and the position of Australian exporters and importers.

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Why Free Trade Agreements are good for Australian Exporters

Why Free Trade Agreements are good for Australian Exporters

14.07.2020 Global Victoria

Six years after Australia gained market access for table grapes to Japan and South Korea in 2014 (after many years of negotiation by the Australian Government, supported by industry and state government partners) – and amidst possibly the most difficult economic conditions in decades – Australian grapes growers and exporters are enjoying bumper sales to both Japan and South Korea.

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​Freight flights boost for Australian exporters

​Freight flights boost for Australian exporters

03.07.2020 Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham

Australian exporters reliant on airfreight will continue to have access to key international export markets, thanks to a $240 million funding injection to help keep international freight routes and flights operating.

 
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Regional Facility Takes No Risks When It Comes to Staff Safety During COVID-19

Regional Facility Takes No Risks When It Comes to Staff Safety During COVID-19

02.07.2020 Richelle Ward

When aerospace technology company HeliMods was commissioned to deliver essential assets while the country is experiencing a pandemic, extreme measures had to be taken. Based in Caloundra in regional Queensland, Helimods’ international market consists mostly of US and European clients with teams deployed globally to service demand.

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Asia-Leading the global recovery out of the COVID-19 slump

Asia-Leading the global recovery out of the COVID-19 slump

30.06.2020 Export Finance Australia

There are encouraging signs that Asia will lead the global economic revival. Decisive measures to control the pandemic have resulted in lower infection rates in Asian countries relative to other parts of the world, supporting policymakers’ ability to reopen their economies sooner. 

 
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Australia Awards Women Trading Globally Participant's Export Growth Despite COVID-19 

Australia Awards Women Trading Globally Participant's Export Growth Despite COVID-19 

30.06.2020 Angela Wright

In 2019, Chayaa Nanjappa, Founder of Nectar Fresh, was selected to participate in the Australia Awards Women Trading Globally Program held in Melbourne and Sydney for two weeks. Supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the program included a range of engaging sessions on export readiness, discussions with female business leaders, and site visits with Australian exporters.

 
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What Are the Incoterms® Rules?

What Are the Incoterms® Rules?

30.06.2020 Dianne Tipping

We have all heard of and used Incoterms® but what is the history of the Incoterms® and how can we understand clearly how to use them?

 
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The latest Currency Outlook, brought to you by OFX

The latest Currency Outlook, brought to you by OFX

26.06.2020 OFX

The global economy has changed, and so too have some of the key drivers impacting currency markets.

We are headed into uncharted waters in the second half of this year, as governments gradually ease their COVID-19 lockdowns and travel restrictions to revive economic growth. Only time will tell whether the global economy can shift to a ‘new normal’, or if it will be a case of two steps forward, three steps back.

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