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Opportunities for South Australians to improve access to Japan's market

Investment and Trade Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith said today South Australian exporters have an opportunity to look at new ways to benefit from improved access to Japan’s market. Mr Hamilton-Smith said exporters should seize the opportunities presented by the Japan-Australia Economic Partnership A... ... (Tuesday, 15 July 2014)

South Australian exports outpace nation to record $12.4 billion

South Australia’s export growth has again outpaced the nation to hit a record high of $12.4 billion in the 12 months to May. The latest Australian Bureau of Statistics trade figures show overseas goods exported from South Australia for the year to March 2014 grew by 14% year on year, outpacing the n... ... (Wednesday, 02 July 2014)

SA Press Club Speech

It’s been six years since I stood here and outlined a Master Plan for Adelaide, the then Opposition’s keynote policy statement to spark debate with the goal of moving South Australia forward. Rex Jory wrote in The Advertiser the following day, “This was the most important speech in state politics in... ... (Friday, 27 June 2014)

South Australian goods exports reach record highs

South Australian exports have reached a new high, growing to $12.3 billion in the 12 months to April. Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith welcomed the new figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. “South Australian exporters are reaping the benefits of their hard work and... ... (Thursday, 05 June 2014)

News Liberal defector Martin Hamilton-Smith wants to be team player in Jay Weatherill Labor Government State Cabinet

THE ADVERTISER: New minister and Liberal defector Martin Hamilton-Smith has attended his first Cabinet meeting with the Labor ministry, promising to be a team player. Read more ... (Monday, 02 June 2014)

Former SA Liberal Leader Martin Hamilton-Smith becomes a minister in Labor State Government

THE ADVERTISER: Former Liberal leader Martin Hamilton-Smith will become a minister in the minority State Labor Government, in a development that has stunned both sides of state politics. Read More ... (Tuesday, 27 May 2014)

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