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On 26 Feb in Adelaide, IIT is hosting an important discussion on WTO reform proposals and China's role in, and perspective on, those reforms.
For a weekly snapshot of trade news, check out Chatto Creek's 23 February 2024 Trade Report available HERE.
For a weekly snapshot of trade news, check out Chatto Creek's 15 February 2024 Trade Report available HERE.
Episode 9 focuses on the key factors shaping trade policy in 2024 and proposes how Australia should respond. Access this latest episode HERE.
Watch the recording of this discussion on what investors and government need to do to help Australia reduce systemic financial climate risks.
ACITI spoke to Bill Cole on how to modernise the Australian Customs Act and other paperless Trade reform opportunities.
Join us as we spoke to Australia's ag rep in Brussels for a discussion on the key issues shaping Australia's ag trade relationship with the EU.
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