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New online tools and reports for you and your business

By Export Council of Australia · December 02, 2015

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 The ECA has a range of new online tools and reports for you and your business. Please see a brief summary below: 

Advancing Trade Development: earlier this year we launched the findings of the research in our Advancing Trade Development report, which examines the international trade promotion efforts of 10 important exporting nations: CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION >

Shanghai Free Trade Zone: a timely report into the Shanghai Free Trade Zone (SFTZ) that clarifies what it means for Australian business, the report and app provides a step-by-step guide for Australian companies on how to set up in the Zone. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION >

Shanghai Free Trade Zone APP: available to download from Android & the Apple Store by searching for Shanghai Free Trade Zone

  •  If you are accessing this on an Apple device, the app can be downloaded here.
  • If you are accessing this on an Android device, the app can be downloaded here.

 FTA Tool: a website for Australian exporters that simplifies the all of the Free Trade Agreements currently in force and signed (China):  www.ftatool.com.au

Demystifying Korea:a new online app for companies looking at the opportunities for services exports under KAFTA. The ECA’s full report will be available in early December:

  • If you are accessing this on an Apple device, the app can be downloaded here.
  • If you are accessing this on an Android device, the app can be downloaded here

AIBS survey report 2015: please click here for an overview but to also download the various country reports, industry reports, summary report and full report!

Publications to assist International Trade Development: please click here

For your information, the ECA is re-focusing our educational offerings to create more value for our members, we will be doing this through the development of programs and services that focus on building the capacity and capability of companies to engage in international trade and create a clear pathway of learning for anyone engaged in International Trade. Please do not hesitate to contact my colleague Gemma Kingsford-Smith for more information: GemmaKingsfordSmith@export.org.au

The ECA welcomes any questions related to membership and our exciting new range of benefits and please click here for more information or contact us on 02 8243 7400.

 Please do not hesitate to contact Kristen Mulligan should you have any queries about the ECA and the work we are doing. We would love to hear from you!

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