Australia and Indonesia will promptly proceed with the plan to implement tariff reductions on key commodities, opening the way to increased trade between the two countries.
The Victorian Government has expanded its international trade network with the opening of a new Victorian Government Trade and Investment (VGTI) office in Boston.
The Victorian Government, through the Trade Victoria division, was a proud sponsor of the 2017 Australia China Youth Dialogue (ACYD) held in Beijing from 15-18 September.
University students in Victoria have used revolutionary 3D printing technology to design, build and test a world-first rocket engine.
The 2018 Times Higher Education: Top 1000 Universities has once again ranked the University of Melbourne as number one in Australia, moving one spot up to 32nd in the world.
Melbourne will again host Melbourne International Games Week along with accelerator program Global Top Round from 22 – 29 October.
The Australian Government has released a three year plan to increase the value of wine exports up to a record $3.5 billion and promote wine tourism in regional communities.
The Victorian Government has launch Globally Connected: Victoria’s Trade Statement to better connect local businesses with overseas markets boost jobs and strengthen Victoria’s economy.
Australia’s services exports grew by 9.2 per cent to set a new record of $71.2 billion in 2016.
Victoria’s skills and expertise in international education, digital innovation and food and fibre will be showcased in Myanmar through Victoria’s first ever trade mission to the country.
Australia has entered into several new international arrangements which will improve the nation’s competitiveness and ability to trade globally.
The Victorian Government has partnered with the rail industry to develop a vocational Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma of Railway Signalling Systems.