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Commonwealth Bank - The Commonwealth Bank is one of Australia's leading financial institutions with businesses in New Zealand, Asia and the United Kingdom read more.
Efic - Export finance solutions for Australian exporters.
Efic, The Australian Government’s export credit agency, is a specialist financier that delivers simple and creative solutions for Australian companies to enable them to win business, grow internationally and achieve export success.
To find out more about how Efic could help your business achieve export success, please phone 1800 093 724 or visit www.efic.gov.au
The famous green and gold Australian Made kangaroo logo has been a registered certification trademark since 1986. It is Australia's most trusted, recognised and widely used country of origin symbol. Underpinned by a third-party accreditation system it ensures products that carry the logo are certified as 'genuinely Australian‘.
The Australian Made Campaign Limited (AMCL) is the organisation responsible for administering and promoting the Australian Made logo. AMCL licenses products to carry the logo as well as enforcing brand compliance, auditing and anti-counterfeiting actions. AMCL is a ‘not-for-profit’ organisation, not funded by government. Funding comes from licensing fees and is used to promote the logo and the products that carry it in Australia and overseas. AMCL’s board is elected by 11 governing members: national and state chambers of commerce and the National Farmers’ Federation.
The Minerals Council of Australia represents Australia’s exploration, mining and minerals processing industry and advocates responsible policies to promote growth, prosperity and sustainability.
MCA member companies account for more than 85 per cent of Australia’s annual mineral production and 90 per cent of mineral export earnings.
The MCA engages with the community, other industries, industry and representative bodies, leaders and other stakeholders to reinforce and raise awareness of the industry’s contribution to Australia.
Australia’s resources exports reached a record high of $207 billion in 2017, generating more export revenue for Australia than all other industries combined.
The mining sector employs around 230,000 people, mostly in regional Australia in high-wage, high-skill jobs. Australian mining provides the most Indigenous employment opportunities in regional and remote Australia and its workforce is younger and more highly educated than the all-industries average.
The MCA is proud to represent a sector which contributes so much to Australia’s economy, jobs, innovation and standard of living.
Australian Border Force's mission is to protect Australia’s border and manage the movement of people and goods across it. We seek to facilitate the legitimate movement of trade and people across our border and maintain strong border security through enforcement and compliance activities to identify and manage risks.
We collaborate with industry through programs such as Australian Trusted Trader to develop innovative technology and business processes to deliver a streamlined and simplified border experience that minimises delays for low-risk goods. Australian Trusted Trader is open to all businesses involved in the international supply chain that can demonstrate compliant trade practices and a secure supply chain.
Our work supports the Australian Government to achieve a strong economy, a prosperous and cohesive society and strong national security.
The Australian Government Department of Agriculture and Water Resources develops and implements policies and programmes to ensure Australia's agricultural, fisheries, food and forestry industries remain competitive, profitable and sustainable, and supports the sustainable and productive management and use of rivers and water resources. The department’s eight strategic objectives are:
The department has a wide domestic and international presence in more than 300 locations around Australia in 13 countries around the world. Policy advice is informed by well-developed scientific and economic research and an understanding of agricultural practice. This supports the department’s significant responsibilities in facilitating the safe movement of people, animals and goods into and out of Australia while also facilitating the growth of the agriculture, fisheries and forestry sectors and managing risks to our environment, animal, plant and human health.
With two-thirds of Australia’s agricultural products exported each year, the department recognises the important contribution regional producers and exporters make to their local communities and the Australian economy. The department provides export controls, assistance on exporting goods from Australia and helps to create export market opportunities.
Further information about exporting from Australia and
access to overseas markets is available at www.agriculture.gov.au/export
and at www.agriculture.gov.au/market-access-trade.
The department continues to implement new technologies to reduce red tape to provide flexible and professional services to clients.
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