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Conclusion of negotiations on the Japan-Australia Economic Partnership Agreement
8 Apr 2014
On 7 April 2014 the Prime Minister announced that Australia and Japan concluded negotiations on a Japan-Australia Economic Partnership Agreement (JAEPA).
Input invited for environmental goods trade negotiations
4 Apr 2014
Trade and Investment Minister, Andrew Robb announced on 25 January 2014 that Australia would join 13 other WTO members, including the EU, US, China and Japan, to negotiate a plurilateral agreement to ...
New business program to kick goals for Australia at 2015 AFC Asian Cup
3 Apr 2014Major sporting events
The Australian Government’s international business program for the AFC Asian Cup 2015 – Match Australia – was launched in Sydney last week.
Malaysia seeks Australian automotive expertise
2 Apr 2014Automotive
Australian automotive companies can take advantage of new policy changes as Malaysia opens up to foreign players while aiming to increase exports to neighbouring countries.
Australian safety experts urged to get on the road to India
1 Apr 2014
Australian firms are being urged to collaborate on and contribute to new road safety initiatives being led by the Indian Government to combat the country’s high accident and injury toll.
Australian rail industry invited to look beyond domestic market
31 Mar 2014Rail
Austrade’s Trade Adviser for Resources and Infrastructure, Peter Ironmonger highlights opportunities for the Australian rail industry at AusRail Plus 2013.
New resource for foreign trade representatives launched
26 Mar 2014
Geneva-based International Trade Centre has launched a new edition of the United Nations-endorsed training guide for foreign trade representatives (FTRs), the only one of its kind in the world.
Australia’s International Business Survey 2014
25 Mar 2014
Capturing data from more than 1,600 Australian businesses, the report reflects the opinions of a wide range of firms from diverse industries operating in more than 120 overseas markets.
Australian technology firms urged to participate in business acceleration competition
24 Mar 2014
Thirty of Australia’s most innovative technology companies will get a chance to participate in an intensive business acceleration program through the 2014 Australian Technologies Competition (ATC).
Australian aviation industry invited to take off in Singapore
18 Mar 2014
Business prospects for the Australian aviation industry are expanding in Singapore, according to Austrade.
Events highlight best practices in international commercial mediation
17 Mar 2014
New guidelines for resolving international business disputes from the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) will be launched by the Australian branch of the ICC in Sydney (31 March) and Melbourne (2 ...
$50 million boost to help SMEs export
10 Mar 2014
The Australian Government has provided a $50 million boost to the Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) scheme to help small and medium sized businesses reach their export potential.
Prospective women exporters invited to seek guidance through mentoring
6 Mar 2014
Female entrepreneurs wanting to grow their business internationally are invited to take advantage of a special Government mentoring program.
Thailand | Malaysia
Australian superyacht industry invited to cruise into South-east Asia
5 Mar 2014Marine
Increasing tourist numbers and growing interest from superyacht owners from around the world in sailing the waters off South East Asia are creating opportunities for the Australian marine industry in ...
Information session on investment opportunities in Peru
3 Mar 2014Building and Construction
Austrade is encouraging Australian transport, energy and sanitation firms interested in international expansion to attend a special event promoting investment opportunities in Peru.
Korea, Rep (South Korea)
Further content on Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement now available
17 Feb 2014
Negotiations on a Free Trade Agreement with Korea were concluded last December. The governments of Australia and Korea have now agreed to make the formal text of the Agreement - KAFTA - publicly avail ...
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New round of funding for Australian member–based business organisations targeting Asia
5 Feb 2014
Austrade is seeking Expressions of Interest from Australian member–based business organisations for the 2014 Asian Business Engagement (ABE) Plan grant round.
India deal launches Australian firm’s global biofuels division
4 Feb 2014
Australian biofuel developer, Algae.Tec will join forces with India’s largest private sector enterprise, Reliance Industries, to take its innovative technology to the market.
New Australian International Trade Mark Application Form - Madrid Protocol
4 Feb 2014
IP Australia has published an Australian International Trade Mark Application Form. This form is for applicants electing to file a Trade Mark through the Madrid Protocol with IP Australia being the of ...
Chile | Peru | Mexico
Latin America seeks Australian water expertise
3 Feb 2014Utilities
Australian water experts and technology suppliers are encouraged to participate in a tailored business mission this April to access opportunities in Latin America.

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