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Shandong student wins competition to become Adelaide Ambassador

South Australia’s newest student Ambassador Ms Fu Lu from Shandong, China, was welcomed to Adelaide today by Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith.Ms Lu, a student at Shandong University in Jinan, is visiting Adelaide for four weeks to study English and tour South Australia as part... ... (Friday, 05 August 2016)

South Australia’s overseas goods exports continue to rise

South Australia’s overseas goods exports totalled $11.6 billion, up 2.7 per cent, or $306 million, in the year to June 2016, according to figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.The latest figures show South Australia again performed substantially better than the national avera... ... (Wednesday, 03 August 2016)

Small business focus pays off

The State Government’s decision to bring together three key offices and agencies dedicated to supporting South Australian SMEs is set to build on recent signs of improvement in the sector.Latest positive signs include an additional 78 South Australian businesses now exporting internationally in the ... ... (Tuesday, 02 August 2016)

Investment agency putting runs on the board for South Australia

Since it was set up just under 12 months ago, South Australia’s Investment Attraction Agency has secured 10 major investments, generating more than 3800 jobs and in excess of $950 million in new investment for the State.Investment and Trade Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith said all this has been achie... ... (Tuesday, 02 August 2016)

Kintore Avenue veterans’ commemoration recognised at awards

The Anzac Centenary Memorial Garden Walk, South Australia’s commemoration of the thousands of Australian service men and women, has received the Civic Landscape Award at the 50th Annual Australian Institute of Landscape Architects SA Awards.First opened to the public earlier this year, thousands of ... ... (Monday, 01 August 2016)

Innovative South Australian sports technology firm exports to the world

Local sports technology innovation company, Zing International has debut it flashing cricket stumps and bails in the United States in last night’s Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Twenty20 tournament in Florida.Zing’s flashing cricket stumps and bails are capturing the attention of players and cricket... ... (Saturday, 30 July 2016)

South Australian business confidence and conditions improve

Investment and business confidence in South Australia rose in the June quarter, as shown by leading economic surveys released yesterday.A number of recent surveys, including the Sensis Business Index Survey, NAB Quarterly SME Survey, NAB Quarterly Business Survey and ANZ/Property Council Survey, all... ... (Friday, 29 July 2016)

LAND 400 Phase 2 takes another step forward

Today sees another great opportunity for South Australia’s defence industry with the Department of Defence announcing the shortlisted bidders for delivering Army’s next generation of armoured fighting vehicles.The shortlisted bidders are BAE Systems Australia and Rheinmetall Landsysteme Gmbh, with b... ... (Thursday, 28 July 2016)

First Small Business Development Fund recipients announced

en northern Adelaide-based start-ups will share in grants of $159,000 to help make their business dreams a reality, while two established businesses will share in a total of $120,000 to expand their operations and create jobs. The first Small Business Development Fund (SBDF) grant recipients will be... ... (Thursday, 28 July 2016)

Limited and flawed research in Productivity Commission industry assistance review

he State Government has criticised the limited analysis, assumed figures and incorrect conclusions contained in the latest Productivity Commission’s review of trade and assistance.The review out today is critical of Government support for the submarine construction program and claims assistance will... ... (Tuesday, 26 July 2016)

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