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Demystifying Korea survey launch

By Export Council of Australia · April 03, 2015

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With the Korea Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA) now in force, the Export Council of Australia (ECA) is proudly launching a survey targeting Australian companies providing professional, financial and technical services to gauge their experience in South Korea as well as perceptions on the services space and the benefits of KAFTA.

                                                                           
The survey complements the ECA’s wider project, “Demystifying Korea”, supported by Austrade and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Australia-Korea Foundation. The project examines the opportunity for Australian companies in South Korea and how KAFTA opens the door to wider engagement.

We invite any Australian professional, financial or technical service companies to participate in this survey, whether or not you are currently engaged in South Korea.

To complete our five-minute survey, please visit: https://www.research.net/r/ecakorea

Your opinions and perspectives matter and will be a valuable contribution to our project.

South Korea offers a wealth of untapped opportunity for Australian service providers, who now enjoy market access on par with the best access granted to any of Korea’s trading partners thanks to KAFTA.

 The ECA will be launching a report and business guide for Australian companies to access these opportunities and more.

Look for it in hard and soft copy together with an accompanying mobile app from July 2015.

 About us:

 The Export Council of Australia is the peak industry body for the Australian export community. Owned by its members and steered by a Board and Council of Industry specialists, the ECA is a not-for-profit organisation that has the development of Australia’s resources via the promotion of Australian industry in international markets as its primary goal.

The Australia-Korea Foundation (AKF) was established by the Australian Government in 1992 to promote bilateral relations between Korea and Australia. The objectives of the Foundation are to increase public awareness of Australia in Korea and of Korea in Australia; develop partnerships in areas of shared interest in the bilateral, regional and global context; and increase Australians' capacity to effectively engage with Korea.

 The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) contributes to Australia’s economic prosperity by helping Australian businesses, education institutions, tourism operators, governments and citizens as they develop international markets, win productive foreign direct investment, promote international education, strengthen Australia’s tourism industry and seek consular and passport services.

 

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