Australia's International Business Survey 2016
AIBS is run by the University of Sydney in consultation with research partners Austrade, the Export Council of Australia and The Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (Efic). Launched in 2014, it is one of the most comprehensive surveys of Australian companies in international business. The research aims to build a rich database on the profiles of Australian businesses internationally, their objectives and the challenges they face, as well as analyse trends and changes.
Australia's investment footprint in the US | Mapping Australia’s foreign direct investment in the US
This new report (6MB, PDF) sheds light on the significant impact Australian investors make in the US major market. Since the Australia–United States Free Trade Agreement came into force in 2005, two-way investment stock between our two nations has grown by 128 per cent, to $1.45 trillion at the end of 2015. Total US investment in Australia has increased by almost 40% in the past three years.
The Benchmark Report
The Austrade Benchmark Report presents Australia’s attractiveness as a business and investment destination. Using key economic, financial and demographic data, the report assists potential foreign investors to evaluate Australia's economic credentials against similar economies and to understand the investment opportunities Australia presents. The report examines five key reasons for investing in Australia – Growth, Innovation, Talent, Location and Business – and compares Australia’s credentials with other countries.
Reports and presentations
As well as the AIBS and Benchmark Report, the team at Economics at Austrade also produce a range of other publications. These include occasional research pieces as part of the trade and investment note series, presentations, speeches and articles. A selection of this work is available for download.