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  1. Group of  international students in a classroom

    International students favour NSW

    NSW remains the top-choice study destination in Australia for international students.

  2. global trade routes

    Taking NSW exports into the future

    Emerging technology is helping NSW exporters increase their competitiveness in global markets.

  3. Gulfood logo

    Great success from Gulfood

    In February 2016 the world’s largest food expo - Gulfood - took place in Dubai with NSW products being exhibited to 90,000 buyers from 160 countries.

  4. international education

    International education - a growing NSW export

    NSW’s ability to attract international students is crucial for our economy given it is NSW’s largest services export and worth over $6.9 billion to the NSW economy every year.

  5. Medtech US delegation 2016

    Medtech delegation in the US

    Earlier this year Austrade led an Australian delegation of medical technology (medtech) providers to the United States.

  6. Nuix wins Business Services Award

    Wins for NSW companies at export awards

    NSW companies performed well at the recent 2015 Australian Export Awards held in Melbourne taking out three awards.

  7. Boao Forum cover

    Boao Forum for Asia Sydney Conference a major success

    NSW's strong and growing links with Asia and its position as Australia's economic powerhouse were reinforced during the Boao Forum for Asia Sydney Conference held at the Four Seasons Hotel on 30-31 July 2015.

  8. Conference attracts Asia-Pacific leaders

    The Boao Forum for Asia Conference will be held in Sydney on 30-31 July. Australian and international leaders include Prime Minister Tony Abbott, NSW Premier Mike Baird and BFA Chairman, former Prime Minister of Japan Yasuo Fukuda.

  9. Itchee Feet

    Little travellers make most of international experience

    A Sydney-based travel book and activity business for children is broadening their export opportunities into the United Arab Emirates thanks to NSW Government support.

  10. An image of merging flags

    Free Trade Agreement with China welcomed by NSW

    The signing of the China Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) today has been welcomed by NSW Premier Mike Baird and Trade Minister Stuart Ayres.