Australian Business International Trade Services

Australian Business International Trade Services

Australian Business International Trade Services

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Thousands of businesses each year choose Australian Business International Trade Services for assistance with export, investment and growth strategies. Our range of services include business improvement, market intelligence, growth strategies, export documentation, productivity analysis, government programs/funding and international contacts. Whether you are a first time exporter, a growing international company or you’re looking to invest in another country, Australian Business International Trade Services will guide you through each stage of international business growth.

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The Germans are at it again

Written by Ron Krueger The Germans are traditionally renowned and respected for their engineering prowess, efficiency and innovation. One can only admire the immaculate construction of an Audi or a BMW. Since unification in 1989, the German phoenix has once more risen from the ashes to become Europe’s most advanced and strongest economy. It has… Continue reading The Germans are at it again

Social Media Marketing – an alternative strategy in tough times

Written by Lance Scoular “World trade is in free fall and should decline by 13.2 percent in 2009 as the economic crisis cuts demand across the globe,” the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development said on Tuesday 31st March 2009. To survive the current economic downturn as an importer or exporter, as well as cutting… Continue reading Social Media Marketing – an alternative strategy in tough times

Positioning for the U.S. recovery – opportunities in a bounce back

Written by Rab Memari Many Australian businesses with foreign operations do not currently consider the US market as a safe place to invest or do business in. With the international economic crisis in full swing, businesses are holding back on foreign investments and reducing their exposure to foreign markets. The tendency of businesses to ‘pull… Continue reading Positioning for the U.S. recovery – opportunities in a bounce back

Muttdogs in Mumbai or Labradors in Lucknow

Written by Edward Dugan With the movie Slumdog Millionaire winning awards, many Indians have openly questioned the way the movie shows India to the world.  Some believe that the movie will slow down tourism and do damage to India’s image as a country moving from a developing country to developed country. Yet in real life… Continue reading Muttdogs in Mumbai or Labradors in Lucknow

How Aussie businesses can benefit from China’s 4 trillion Yuan stimulus package

Written by Sara Cheng Last November China announced a 4 trillion Chinese Yuan (AUD 905 billion) stimulus package to stabilise its economy and reach 8 percent GDP growth in 2009. CNY 4 trillion will be fully invested before the end of 2010, and China has a detailed implementation plan which has been in action since… Continue reading How Aussie businesses can benefit from China’s 4 trillion Yuan stimulus package