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Trade and investment diversification

The Government is strengthening Australia’s economic recovery by diversifying trade and investment opportunities, creating jobs and generating new opportunities for our exporters

Generating new export opportunities for Australian business through our ambitious free trade agenda including FTAs with the UK, India and the EU.

Pursuing new trade and investment opportunities with key regional partners through the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF), supporting the green economy, more resilient supply chains and the digital economy.

Supporting clean energy exports, with $19.6m to implement the Singapore-Australia Green Economy Agreement.

$4m to strengthen our export trade network, support re-engagement with our Indo-Pacific partners and enhance connections with stakeholders, including First Nations, through the Trade 2040 Taskforce.

Up to $100m for Australia’s participation in the 2025 World Expo in Osaka, Japan.

Showcasing our clean energy and low emissions technologies and strengthening energy partnerships.

$13m to increase diplomatic and trade diversification in Southeast Asia, including $9m for an Office of Southeast Asia, a Southeast Asia Economic Strategy to 2040 and a Special Envoy to Southeast Asia.

Australian Government
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Australian Trade and Investment Commission

Updated: November 2022

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