Some of New Zealand’s industry spokespeople are concerned about the effect of interest rate rises and the value of the country’s dollar
New Zealand’s manufacturing sales, led by meat and dairy, saw a record increase in the December quarter.
The federal government has introduced legislation which it claims will help boost exports for Australian small and medium-sized businesses.
Rode Microphones took out Austrade’s prestigious Manufacturing Export Awards. Alan Johnson reports.
The rate of contraction experienced by the country’s industry has eased, according to the Australian Industry Group’s PMI, released this morning.
With the Australian dollar now at more realistic levels, many manufacturers are revisiting their exporting plans, with a focus on China.
One of Tasmania’s biggest exporters has criticised the recommendations made in the Inquiry into Tasmanian Shipping and Freight.
Australia’s trade deficit shrunk for the fourth straight month, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, with the dollar down slightly.
According to the popularity of stories on this website throughout the year, our attention was strongly drawn to 3D printing, factory closures and insolvencies, and the occasional bit of lighthearted news. And – no surprise in an election year – Manufacturers’ Monthly readers also came to us for policy news affecting the industry.
Peter Reith’s Gas Market Taskforce report for the Victorian Government came with high expectations.
There have been expressions of concern from automotive manufacturers over the Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement.
Australian manufacturers were amongst the winners at the 51st Australian Export Awards, held in Melbourne on Tuesday night.
Maric Flow Control is tapping into growing world demand for its hand-crafted water valve technology.
It is important that Australia enjoys the same access to markets, such as China, Japan and South Korea, as is enjoyed by other countries which already have FTAs in place with those three economies – so it is important that FTAs are concluded with them as quickly as possible.
The third Cirrus Media Industrials poll reveals that industry is concerned about the impact of Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) which the Government is attempting to forge with China, South Korea and Japan.
Federal Defence Minister David Johnston plans to look into the practice of blocking potential exports of defence industry products for security reasons.
A recent study reveals the surprising hidden potential in mature SME businesses across the country and what needs to be done to help these businesses grow further.
A fire on Tuesday evening outside Dhaka, Bangladesh has killed at least nine workers.
New Zealand Agri-tech company Tru-Test won the award the Judges’ Supreme Award for International Business at the New Zealand International Business Awards last night.
Toyota Australia has exported its 1 millionth motor vehicle to the Middle East and has become the nation’s largest car exporter.