The Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement – Exporting goods to Australia

After US President Donald Trump pulled out from the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), a massive regional trade deal backed by Australia and other regional neighbours, US Vice President Mike Pence first official visit to Australia last month has confirmed the position of Australia and US as allies and trading partners.
The meeting between Mr Pence and Australian business leaders came to reassure Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement signed in 2005 stands, with further interested in eliminating any remaining trade barriers to help make trade smoother between the two countries. Read more

Top Industries to Operate a Business in Australia

Australian Industries

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]With a proven track records of growth, Australia continues to be an attractive and dynamic investment destination. Australia is the 13th largest economy in the world and fifth in the world for economic freedom.  According to the World Bank Group, Doing Business 2017: Equal Opportunity for All report, Australia ranked 15th out of 190 economies for easy of doing business and one of the fastest places in the world in which to start a new business –  it can take just three days.

If you are serious about bringing your overseas business to Australia, or simply starting a new business down under, it is important to have a close look at Australian top industries, and identify the fast-growing sectors where you should be investing on. Read more

2017-18 Budget Announcement and Immigration Changes

Yesterday, the government announced the Budget for 2017-18 and some of the changes will directly affect the current immigration program.

Increase of the Visa Application changes (VAC)

From 01 July 2017, Visa application fees will increase in line with the Consumer Price Index (CPI). Check the full list of VAC increases here. Read more