To support Australian exporters, Qantas and Virgin Australia are offering air freight capacity on repatriation international passenger services to Auckland,
Hong Kong, Los Angeles and London, from Thursday 9 April 2020.
The Australian Border Force (ABF) is committed to ensuring our staff and yours work in as safe an environment as possible. This enables the ABF to continue
working with industry to maintain our role in protecting the community, through critical functions such as the examination of cargo, both incoming
To assist Victorian businesses impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19), we are providing information that may be helpful to them.
In this disruptive and challenging environment, the Global NSW business update will provide you with up-to-date information from our network of overseas
offices, market and export advisers on support for business, trade and investment.
The Morrison Government will inject an extra $49.8 million into the Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) program in the 2019-20 financial year, allowing
exporters and tourism businesses to get additional reimbursements for costs incurred in marketing their products and services around the world.
A new $110 million initiative will back Australia’s agricultural and fisheries sector by helping them export their high-quality produce into key overseas
markets, with return flights bringing back vital medical supplies, medicines and equipment.
Australia and 15 other members of the World Trade Organization have agreed to establish an interim arrangement to bring appeals and solve trade disputes.
The Australian Federal Government, State Governments and Territories have taken a united stance and agree that all freight and logistics services (domestically
and internationally) be designated as essential services and thereby supported and protected so that they remain open and working during the current
lockdown status in Australia.
We read a great deal of news daily on what the Australian Government and the State Governments of Australia are doing to assist Australians during this
very difficult time of the COVID-19 Virus. But what is the world doing collectively to manage the COVID-19 virus?
Generally positive news on China production and shipping but risks in pharmaceuticals and face masks.
We have received a number of queries from Members over the past day in regards to the Queensland “Two Port” policy re COVID-19. Provided by MSQ (Maritime
Safety Queensland), 23 March 2020. Please note this direction could be subject to change at any time.
The coronavirus has been reported in all 23 provinces in China and around the world. The Chinese Government has already extended the annual Lunar New Year
holiday period until 3 February 2020. Other manufacturing hubs have already indicated further delays until resumption of work.
Third China International Import Expo Enterprise and Business Exhibition (CIIE) will take place in Shanghai from the 5th of November to the 10th of November
CIIE, hosted by the Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China and the Shanghai Municipal People’s Government, is the first-ever national
exhibition in the world with the theme on import.
Many Australian businesses are not aware that their intellectual property (IP) can be considered an export in foreign markets, and therefore be eligible
for Australian Government financial assistance to help them grow an export-ready business.
Australian farmers and businesses will continue to reap the benefits of our free trade agreements with new tariff cuts kicking-off today in our major export
Australia has today ratified its free trade agreements with Indonesia, Hong Kong and Peru, a move that will give our farmers access to more markets, greater
opportunities for our businesses, create more jobs and increased investment.
There has been a recent surge in interest in the international trade, transport and logistics industry thanks to the Make Your Move campaign funded by
the International Trade Development Fund (ITDFund).
Australia’s top exporters have tonight been honoured for the significant contribution they make to our economy at the 57th Australian Export Awards in
Protecting intellectual property should be a key part of any business strategy for China. Join David Bennett, IP Australia’s Beijing-based IP Counsellor,
for a webinar on what you can do to protect your IP in China.
The spread of African swine fever in China could halve its pig population, pushing up pork prices and causing consumers to substitute pork with other protein
sources, potentially driving demand for Australian beef.
The department of Agriculture is providing opportunities for export certification industry stakeholders to participate in face-to-face engagement sessions
on the draft plant export cost recovery implementation statement (CRIS).
Many Australian business owners are looking to infiltrate the American market and for good reason. The United States of America (USA) is the world’s largest
economy - with a population of over 325 million people - what business wouldn’t want to operate in this economy?
You've got a trade mark, but what if it's being challenged?
Join IP Australia on 3 December at 12pm for their new webinar ‘ What you need to know if your trade mark is challenged’. This webinar will explain
the trade mark oppositions and hearings process. It will also provide you with the tools you will need if your trade mark is being opposed.
The NSW Government invites you to an Introduction to Exporting workshop in Camden. This workshop aims to help new and existing exporters increase their
knowledge of export, and understand export fundamentals.
The NSW Government invites you to an Introduction to Exporting workshop in the Southern Highlands. This free interactive workshop is designed for businesses
starting out on their export journey and those looking to consolidate knowledge.
94 of Australia’s leading exporters will this year fight it out for the top honours at the 2019 Australian Export Awards.
Federal Trade Minister Simon Birmingham today announced the finalists for the prestigious awards that shine a spotlight on the enormous contribution
exporters make to the economy.
The preparation of export documentation can be confusing, time consuming, costly and prone to human error, and yet correct export documentation is vital
for any exporter to transact business in an efficient and cost-effective way.
We strongly encourage Australian companies who are considering doing business in China to register their trade marks in China as early as possible.
A recent case involving an Australian company illustrates the risks for those who do business in China without a registered Chinese trademark.
Regional Development Australia (RDA) Sydney in partnership with AusIndustry and Campbelltown City Council invites you to a focused exporting workshop in
This workshop is designed for businesses starting out on their export journey and those looking to consolidate knowledge.
A cutting edge NSW based company Cover Genius which is streamlining the insurance sector with simple policies and instantly approved claims has been crowned
the 2019 NSW Exporter of the Year.