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The Republic of Ireland is a member of the European Union (EU) and is subject to EU trade regulations.
The Austrade office in the United Kingdom is responsible for Ireland and also Israel.
More information on doing business in Ireland
A comprehensive overview of political, economic and bilateral and regional trade agreements.
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Containing general information, recent economic indicators, Australia’s trade and investment relationship with Ireland and their global merchandise trade relationship that is updated twice a year.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Smartraveller site provides advice for business travellers and tourists going to Ireland. This is regularly updated and should be checked before planning travel.
Bribery of Foreign Officials
Australia has social security agreements with several countries that address the issue of 'double super coverage' for employees sent to work overseas. To take advantage of these agreements, Australian employers sending employees overseas to work must apply to the Tax Office for a Certificate of coverage.
Multinational Enterprises should be aware of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises that provide voluntary principles and standards for responsible business behaviour in a variety of areas, consistent with applicable domestic laws. These Guidelines are endorsed and promoted by the Australian Government.
Austrade’s International Readiness Indicator.
An online tool for new exporters that has been designed to help Australian businesses determine whether their business is ready for exporting.
Test Your Readiness
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Need help with preparing and lodging your application? We can provide independent consultants to assist.
EMDG applications can be lodged by approved consultants.
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Austrade provides information, advice and range of trade services to assist Australian businesses reduce the time, cost and risk associated with exporting.
Help from Austrade
Increased trade creates more Australian jobs and delivers more opportunities for Australian businesses. Find out about how you can take advantage of free trade agreements.
The Export Market Development Grants scheme can reimburse up to 50% of eligible export promotion expenses above $5,000.
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