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With Australia having a strong international competitive advantage in agriculture, one key pillar has been the improvement in genetics to improve yields or feed conversion....

With all eyes on Europe and the US, Japan is often under the radar in how it is both handling and being impacted by the COVID-19 virus....

Three significant factors have driven the Abe Government’s announcement of a massive fiscal stimulus at the end of last year. The stimulus, of around A$350 billion (including previously announced measures), was designed to mitigate the impact of the: typhoon that struck the nation in September...

Tracking the strong growth in passenger traffic on the direct Australia-Japan route, Qantas increased its services with direct flights from Sydney to Sapporo from last month. The service, especially targeting the seasonal skiing trade, operates on a seasonal basis Dec-March. Virgin Australia, which recently announced...

After 20 years as a partner with international law firms focussing on Japan-Australia business, AJBCC Vice-President Ian Williams has transitioned to a senior adviser role with Herbert Smith Freehills....