There's a strong case for more strategic local manufacturing. There's little case for making cars and trains in Australia.
Trade tensions will resolve themselves because of China's economic needs, says international trade expert.
Australian exporters want a trade agreement with the UK as well as the EU, says international trade expert.
Trade boycotts do not usually work and will come at a great cost to the country imposing the ban, says international trade expert Tim Harcourt.
In complaining about China's alleged special treatment by the World Trade Organization, US President Donald Trump and Australia's Scott Morrison are pointing to something that isn't really there.
Australia can't afford to pick sides between the United States and China. That's a good thing.
Australia’s exemption from Donald Trump’s steel tariff does not remove the risks of an international trade war, writes Tim Harcourt.
The World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in the Swiss resort town of Davos has become a bit like the Academy Awards but it remains important for the Australian economy, writes Richard Holden.
Richard Holden considers how Australia should navigate the current turbulent political and economic climate.
We should listen more to the little Aussie battler and less to our opinionated billionaires when planning our long-term business strategies in China, writes Tim Harcourt.