A Fair Go For All In The Digital Era – Huawei November 2011

The report set out to show in a non-technical way what benefits digital era’s high speed broadband can bring in terms of outcomes for people, their communities, and public services and their businesses. Its argument that high speed broadband was ‘far too important to leave to the geeks and engineers’ touched a chord. This is […]

Engaging Asia - Getting it Right - AIGroup March 2013

Engaging Asia – Getting it Right – AIGroup March 2011

In 2010 AsiaLink and the Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) undertook a survey of Australian business knowledge, experience and confidence in Asia. Businesses surveyed include Ai Group members who employ around 750,000 staff in a range of manufacturing, construction and services sectors including: engineering, automotive, food, transport, information technology, telecommunications, call centres, labour hire, printing, […]

2006 Australian Telematics Capability Register

2006-australian-telematics-industry-overview-aeema-its-australia In 2005, the Hon Ian Macfarlane MP, Minister for Industry, Tourism and Resources, launched the Inaugural Australian Telematics Capability Register, which showcased a range of Australian companies and organisations in the rapidly emerging automotive and transport telematics sector. This second Australian Telematics Industry Capability Register extends well beyond the scope of the inaugural Handbook, […]

2003 Freight & Logistics – Case For Adoption Of Open Data Standards DCITA

2003 Freight & Logistics – Case For Adoption Of Open Data Standards DCITA The Freight Transport and Logistics industry is highly document intensive and as the industry increasingly uses e-business tools to address this, there is a need to collectively agree upon the adoption of common standards for communicating with trading partners. Given the necessary […]

China Embraces World Markets – DFAT October 2002

Entering the WTO marks an important further step in China’s integration with the world economy, although WTO accession represents a continuation of its successful 25 year reform journey, rather than a major turning point. Most visibly, China committed to further cutting trade barriers and significantly improving access for foreign direct investors, particularly in services, providing […]