The giant Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership between Australia, China, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand and the ten members of ASEAN (Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, The Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam) was signed online on Sunday, November 15.
Australia’s wine exports have defied the coronavirus pandemic economic slowdown to reach their highest value since 2007.
BAE Systems Australia has announced it will begin supplying passive radio frequency sensors to Norway’s Kongsberg Defence and Aerospace for use in the fifth-generation Joint Strike Missile. The purchase order was placed for an initial batch of the sensors was the “first Full Rate Production order and is part of a broader co-operation agreement” between…
South Australian hi-tech manufacturer Micro-X has announced the first sales of its lightweight x-ray machine designed for use by military in rugged conditions.
Military training systems manufacturer GaardTech is preparing to ship its first export for trials by the British Army.
Currawong Engineering has been awarded a $150,000 Defence Global Competitiveness grant, assisting investment in production equipment.
The federal government intends to change the Export Market Development (EMDG) grants scheme, which would be available to those with revenues under $20 million, shift from reimbursement to grants, and become simpler to apply for.
TAE Aerospace has increased its engine maintenance work for the Air Force and is working with General Electric International Incorporated (GEII) to export its innovations, according to the defence minister.
Two straight months of growth for manufacturing came to an end in August, according to the Australian Industry Group’s Performance of Manufacturing Index, with the Melbourne lockdown contributing to the negative result.
Economic growth in current times will ask for identifying new, efficient ways of increased productivity, ways to integrate policy priorities across diverse sectors.