Doing business with Australia
Austrade in Turkey, Azerbaijan and Georgia
The Australian Trade Commission – Austrade – is the Australian Government’s trade and investment development agency. Through a network of offices in over 50 countries, Austrade assists Australian companies to grow their international business, attract productive foreign direct investment into Australia and promotes Australia’s education sector internationally. The Austrade office in Istanbul is responsible for Turkey, Azerbaijan and Georgia.
Austrade can help you reduce the time, risk and cost involved in doing business with Australia by:
- Helping you identify and contact Australian suppliers.
- Providing insight on Australian capabilities.
- Alerting you to the latest products and services out of Australia to help you grow your business.
See Austrade’s profile of mining opportunities in Turkey:
Did you know?
- Australia is one of the world’s largest exporters of minerals, energy and agricultural commodities.
- Australian agriculture and agrifood industries export a wide range of products including wool, wheat, beef, cotton, sugar, wine, sheepmeat, barley and dairy.
- Australia is a very open market with minimal restrictions on imports of goods and services.
- Australia has developed a competitive edge in a range of goods and services, including high-technology goods such as medical and scientific equipment, as well as wine as processed food.
- Major services exports include education and tourism, as well as professional and financial services.
- Australia is ranked by the World Bank as the second fastest place in the world in which to start a new business – it can take just two days.
Australian Trade Policy
Australia is pushing ahead with trade liberalisation – unilaterally, bilaterally and multilaterally. Australia is also working hard to strengthen international economic collaboration to reduce the risks facing the global economy and bolster economic growth.
Australian Trade Policy
What is life like in Australia?
Australia performs very well in many measures of well-being relative to most other countries in the Better Life Index. Australia ranks at the top in civic engagement and above the average in income and wealth, environmental quality, health status, housing, jobs and earnings, education and skills, subjective well-being, and social connections. Read more