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DFAT Annual Report 1998-99







International Relations, Trade and Business Liaison : Program 1


Program Objectives

  • To enhance Australia’s security
  • To promote Australia’s economic growth, jobs and standard of living
  • To strengthen global cooperation in ways that advance Australia’s interests
  • To promote public understanding of Australia’s foreign and trade policy

Program Structure

Sub-program 1.1 Interests in North Asia

Sub-program 1.2 Interests in South and South-East Asia

Sub-program 1.3 Interests in the Americas and Europe

Sub-program 1.4 Interests in the South Pacific, Africa and the Middle East

Sub-program 1.5 Multilateral Trade Policy and Negotiations

Sub-program 1.6 Trade Strategy Development and Business Liaison

Sub-program 1.7 Global Issues

Sub-program 1.8 International Legal Interests

Sub-program 1.9 Information and Cultural Relations

 

 

Table 11 International Relations, Trade and Business Liaison (Program 1) Financial and Staffing Resources Summary

 

1997-98 Actual ($’000)

1998-99 Budget and Additional Estimates ($’000)

1998-99 Actual ($’000)

Budgetary (Cash) Basis

     

Appropriations

     

Running costs

321 915

347 363

333 090

Other program costs (excluding running costs)

79 874

130 149

100 567

Total appropriations

401 790

477 512

433 657

Less adjustments

37 973

112 053

101 828

Total outlays

363 817

365 459

331 829

Accrual Basis

     

Net cost of service delivery

337 623

n.a.

327 425

Other program costs (excluding service delivery)

83 327

n.a.

276 412

Total costs

420 950

n.a.

603 837

Program revenues

7 320

n.a.

176 448

Total (allocated) assets

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Total (allocated) liabilities

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Staff years (actual)

2 274

n.a.

2 205

n.a.: Not applicable.

International Relations, Trade and Business Liaison (Program 1) New Publications

Details on how to obtain copies of the following publications are in Appendix 6. (Sub-program numbers are in brackets after publication titles.)

Asia’s Infrastructure in the Crisis: Harnessing Private Enterprise (1.1)

Korea Rebuilds: From Crisis to Opportunity (1.1)

Africa Matters (1.4)

Global Trade Reform: Maintaining Momentum (1.5/1.6)

Trade Outcomes and Objectives Statement 1999 (1.6)

Opening Markets: The Benefits for Australia (1.6)

Trading with East Asia in Difficult Times: Australia Rises to the Challenge, TradeWinds series (1.6)

Driving Forces on the New Silk Road: The Use of Electronic Commerce by Australian Business (1.6)

Creating a Clearway on the New Silk Road: International Business and Policy Trends in Internet Commerce (1.6)

Multilateral Procurement: A Guide to Winning Contracts (1.6)

Australia’s Indigenous Peoples, The Centenary of Federation, and An Australian Republic, Fact Sheets series (1.9)


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