High Dollar Crushes Our Exporters 4th November 2010 "If you thought Australia's exports were going well, it might be time to think again," says Ian Murray, Executive Director of the Australian Institute of Export. "Yes" he said, "mining exports are continuing to increase but exports outside of the mining sector are feeling the effects of the GFC and an ever climbing dollar."
High Dollar Crushes Our Exporters 1 4th November 2010 The Institute launched its most recent survey on the effect of the rising dollar and our exports, and it’s not a pretty picture.
World Free Zone Summit Calls For Increased Synergy Between Free Zones 3rd November 2010 The two-day World Free Zone Convention 2010 opened at Ras Al Khaimah's Al Hamra Convention Centre today with a clarion call for increased cooperation between the world's free zones to ultimately benefit their clients and remain profitable.
Top Source Countries Identified For U.s. Containerized Imports 29th October 2010 U.S. containerized imports showed positive growth year-to-date ending August 2010, according to PIERS, the Standard in Trade Intelligence.
Tpm Asia Global Container Shipping Conference Opens With Record High Attendance 19th October 2010 The 4th annual Trans-Pacific Maritime Asia global container shipping conference launched this week with over 600 delegates, more than double the attendance of last year, cementing the event organized by The Journal of Commerce as the leading container shipping event in Asia.
Cilf: Top-ranked Infrastructure Key To German Economic Rebound 14th October 2010 Germany's economy continues to rebound at unexpected rates, confirmed by new data on industrial orders that exceeds expectations.