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Sinking: Global shipping freight rates have declined due to overcapacity

The water freight transport industry has faced challenging conditions over the past five years. The industry is a key link between Australian companies and the world economy, with international shipping…
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Flying high on a low oil price: IBISWorld reveals the unexpected boost to the airline industry’s bottom line

Flying high on a low oil price: IBISWorld reveals the unexpected boost to the airline industry’s bottom line

Recent IBISWorld research suggests domestic and international airlines are benefiting from a sustained period of low oil prices, which has reduced the industry’s largest cost and improved profit margins on…
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Soaring: Booming Australian tourism is creating a need for investment

Soaring: Booming Australian tourism is creating a need for investment

The number of overseas tourists visiting Australia is expected to grow rapidly over the coming decades. Many of these tourists are anticipated to be travelling from Asia, with China likely…
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Travelling well: Tourism industry benefits from rising visitor numbers

The tourism industry in Australia is comprised of a diverse range of operators, including accommodation providers, food and beverage retailers, and transport companies. Australia’s tourism industry has fared well over…
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Taking off: Airlines’ fortunes improve as lower oil costs ease price competition

Taking off: Airlines’ fortunes improve as lower oil costs ease price competition

The domestic airlines industry has faced strong headwinds over the past five years, buffeted by intense price-based competition and high fuel costs. Airlines are highly influenced by the value of…
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