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Australian farmers, businesses and investors will now benefit from new trade and investment opportunities with the Trans- Pacific Partnership (TPP-11) Agreement starting today.
20 Dec 2018
Minster for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmingham said Cairns had won the rights to host the 13th Congress of International Society for Plant Molecular Biology in 2021. The $12 million Busine ...
7 Dec 2018
A new strategy commissioned by the Australian Government, will help to maximise Australia's potential as a world powerhouse in lithium-ion battery manufacturing.
Minister for Trade, Tourism and Inve ...
The Liberal-National Government has today launched a new Action Plan to help Australian farmers and businesses tackle trade barriers, helping them get their goods into overseas markets faster, with gr ...
4 Dec 2018
The Government has ramped-up its support to Australian companies doing business overseas, launching its new Economic and Commercial Diplomacy Agenda.
28 Nov 2018
Congratulations to Aspen Medical and SEAPA who have been awarded the prestigious Australian Exporter of the Year award. Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmingham announced the 2018 A ...
26 Nov 2018
The Liberal-National Government has welcomed new data showing Australia's services exports reached a record $88.0 billion in 2017-18.
Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmingham welco ...
21 Nov 2018
Today the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties (JSCOT) released its second report into the Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement (PAFTA). PAFTA has significant benefits for Australian farmers and busine ...
8 Nov 2018
Eleven major commercial agreements between Australian and Chinese companies worth almost $15 billion over the next five years have been signed today, reflecting the high level of commitment of the Aus ...
The Liberal-National Government through Tourism Australia and China Eastern Airlines, have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding aimed at further growing travel between Australia and China.
5 Nov 2018 China
Austrade CEO, Dr Stephanie Fahey, today launched a new digital platform designed to support Australian businesses engaging with China.
Tourism Australia will once again partner with the Australian Football League (AFL) when Shanghai plays host to a 2019 Toyota AFL premiership game.
2 Nov 2018
Australia’s tourism industry continues to go from strength-to-strength with a record 8.4 million international travellers flocking to our shores over the last year.
22 Oct 2018
Today I announce the appointment of Mr Brett Hackett as Australia’s next Ambassador to Argentina with non-resident accreditation to Paraguay and Uruguay.
20 Oct 2018
Australia deplores the killing of prominent Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, at the hands of Saudi operatives at Saudi Arabia's Consulate in Istanbul earlier this month.
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Australia has been accepted to join the World Trade Organization Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA) overnight, ensuring Australian businesses can compete for government contracts in more market ...
18 Oct 2018
A series of new ‘Dundee’ videos showcasing the breadth and depth of Australia’s spectacular tourism offerings aimed at luring more American travellers to our shores have hit the airwaves in the US.
4 Oct 2018
Australian exporters are expecting to employ more workers, are predicting better financial positons and anticipating access to more markets, according to the results of the latest Australian Internati ...
18 Sep 2018
The world’s largest aviation forum will head to Australia next year with Adelaide set to host the 25th annual World Aviation Routes conference. Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birming ...
10 Sep 2018
Increasing urbanisation, rapid population growth and questions of environmental sustainability are forcing Australia to rethink its transport infrastructure matrix, according to a new Austrade report.