There are indications that the effect of “Dutch disease” in Australia is more pronounced than that in Canada.
Chief Executive Ian Harrison said that the organisation benefited greatly from the strategic direction provided by its Board of Directors.
Federal industry minister Ian Macfarlane has said there was hope that the country could follow the US’s unconventional gas success.
40% of exporting SMEs expecting increased sales over the next 12 months, according to research released today by Efic
Australian solar cell materials maker Dyesol has signed a letter of intent detailing a Proposed Distribution Agreement with Tata Steel UK.
Agricultural machinery manufacturer Kelly Engineering has won the 2014 Business South Australia Exporter of the Year award.
Yesterday the government announced an expansion of Efic’s loan powers so it can support more small and medium-sized Australian exporters.
The International Monetary Fund has noted a significant boost to the US manufacturing sector through the country’s shale gas boom.
A coalition led by the Australian Workers Union has launched its Reserve Our Gas campaign, pushing for an Australian gas reservation scheme.
The Australian Workers Union’s new national secretary has announced plans to campaign for a reservation of 15 – 20 per cent of local gas.
The Productivity Commission has launched a research project on the efficiency of Australia’s gas market.
The Australian dollar hit a six month low this morning, only narrowly staying above $US 90c.
Applications are now open for the new $50 million Manufacturing Transition Programme, aimed at businesses investing in higher-value manufacturing.
Two proudly Australian industrial companies, Mumme Products and Recoila, share their thoughts on the importance of sourcing from local suppliers.
Auckland’s Croxley Stationery has announced that it is considering ending its manufacturing operations, with 100 jobs to be shed.
A group representing Australian medical manufacturers and exporters has proposed taxation changes to a Senate inquiry into Australia’s innovation system.
Based at Ormeau, between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, PWR Performance Products is a partner to some of the world’s biggest names in motorsport. Brent Balinski talked to the company about how it plans to continue its brisk growth in part one of our five-part Hidden Champions series.
Companies looking to win contracts and tenders overseas can find financial assistance hard to get, but there is help available.
Economic modeling released by six industry groups today predicts multi-billion dollar losses due to rising gas prices.
A deal between Efic and global foreign exchange specialist AFEX is intended to protect exporters against unfavourable exchange rate changes.