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Building a sustainable trade and investment presence for South Australia in ASEAN

The South Australian Government announced in late June a new directions paper seeking to develop a trade and engagement strategy between South Australia and South East Asia. This is certainly a positive step for South Australian business, and will help build upon the competitive advantages that currently support our economy. The Association of South East

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An emerging Asia is much more than just China for SA business – Open Up Global Markets Speech

In early October 2014 I was invited by the South Australian Small Business Commissioner – John Chapman, to present to South Australian small and medium sized business leaders on the export opportunities in South East Asia. The speech was well received by the more than 80 business leaders present on the day. I have provided a copy

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AsiaAustralis consolidates its position as the leading Asian market advisory firm in Australia

Adelaide based Asian market advisory firm, AsiaAustralis, closes out the financial year winning more than $50 million in Asian business for its corporate and government clients across Australia.  AsiaAustralis – an Asian market advisory firm formed in 2012 by Adelaide based strategic management consultants Dr Nathan Gray and Mr Phill Hudson, specialises in developing trade

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South East Asia, ASEAN, South Australia's largest export market.

Pitcher Partners Property Breakfast Speech March 21st 2013 – South East Asia: South Australia Largest Export Market

  South East Asia – South Australia Largest Export Market The Asian Century is often discussed in terms of China and India, as is fair due to the large population size and market capacity. However, far too often our government and business leaders have failed to realise that there are in many cases strong, established

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Hudson Howells and AsiaAustralis Strategic Alliance to boost Trade and Investment between Asia and Australia

Hudson Howells, Adelaide based Strategic Management Consultancy firm, has formed a strategic alliance with AsiaAustralis, an advisory firm specialising in developing trade and investment between Australia and Asia. The alliance will result in AsiaAustralis taking the lead running on trade and investment in the Asian Region. This will help AsiaAustralis to build upon more than

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Food Export Opportunities that Meet the Food Security Needs of Indonesia

In November 2011, I travelled to Indonesia with my business partners from AsiaAustralis on a multi focal trip. We had been invited to take part in the East Asian Forum as Business Guests, and as part of this trip we attended other business events such as the Indonesia Australia Business Council National Conference and the Australia Business

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Is Asia More than Just China?

Too often in Australia we think and talk of Asia as being China. Government strategies, political rhetoric, journalistic commentaries, and in many cases business strategies look to China as the be all of Asia. This is a simplistic and dangerous view to hold. China undoubtedly is a thriving and impressive market with somewhere around 1.3

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Building a Rich Contemporary Relationship is the Key

The Lowy Institute released a report on Indonesian Public opinions and attitudes towards foreign policy on Tuesday 20th March, and alongside this report was an opinion piece in The Australian by Fergus Hanson – Program Director for Polling at the Lowy Institute. The results of the Lowy institute report – Shattering Stereotypes: public opinion and foreign policy reveals

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Consider the Risks before developing your future International Manufacturing Strategy

Australian manufacturers are facing high costs of production, and a high A$ beyond parity with the US$, which has resulted in a loss of competitiveness in international markets. If Australian manufacturers are to survive then the need to address these cost of production and regain the international markets. It is not in Australia’s long term

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