The Export Council of Australia (ECA) praises the trade-facilitating measures announced in the 2017-18 Budget, such as a long-term commitment to improve
domestic infrastructure in Australia, and “business as usual” funding for the Australian Trade and Investment Commission.
Measures such as these support efforts by Australian industry to engage in the global economy.
“We support a budget that will look to create new jobs, support advanced manufacturing initiatives, invest in regional transformation projects as well as introduce initiatives that address regulatory reform, as these will ensure long-term prosperity for Australia,” ECA CEO Lisa McAuley says.
Dee-Ann Prather, Down Under Enterprises International
NSW Women in Global Business Award winner
Member of the ECA
“90% of our business is export based and we are expanding rapidly throughout Asia. As we move into new countries and regions it is important to understand the country, culture and business norms and ECA has helped us do this through their programs. ECA has also helped us improve our shipping and documentation efficiency, especially with the new GHS requirements. Overall, ECA is a wealth of information and knowledge and have always been very helpful when we have specific issues or questions.”Become a Member
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