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EMDG Administrative Guidelines

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The EMDG Administrative Guidelines below apply from the 2008-09 grant year.

The EMDG Administrative Guidelines explain Austrade’s interpretation of the EMDG Act 1997 and how it is applied by Austrade in administering the EMDG scheme.

Sections of the Guidelines
Table of Updates – what has changed since the last edition 73KB
Contents 87KB
Introduction 90KB
Index 236KB
There are no Administrative Guidelines for Parts 1 & 2 of the Act.
Part 3 - Persons eligible for a grant 293KB
Part 4 - Eligible products 393KB
Part 5 - Eligible expenses 851KB
Part 6 - Amount of grant 297KB
Part 7 - Application for, and payment of, grant 287KB
Part 8 - Miscellaneous 408KB
There are no Administrative Guidelines for Part 9 of the Act.
AAT & Federal Court case listing 263KB
Extract from Australian Trade Commission Act 1985 relevant to EMDG  15KB

Please note: The Guidelines are intended as a guide only in determining issues of eligibility under the EMDG scheme. Businesses are welcome to request in-principle opinions about the eligibility of proposed export promotional expenditure from their local EMDG State Managers.

Contact Austrade on 13 28 78 (ask for your local EMDG office) if you have any questions about the Guidelines or the EMDG scheme.

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