By the Australian Federal Government; Simplified Trade System Implementation Taskforce
Australia’s Federal Government is reviewing Australia’s end-to-end trade environment to see how it can simplify regulations, systems and processes for importers and exporters.
Take this opportunity to learn about the Government’s Simplified Trade System and how it will make cross-border trade cheaper, faster and easier for Australian businesses.
The Australian Government has established a whole-of-government Taskforce to drive microeconomic reform aimed at making trade easier for Australian business, while strengthening our economic resilience.
Head of the Simplified Trade System Implementation Taskforce (Taskforce), Mr Randall Brugeaud, will host a Town Hall to update the community, particularly businesses, on the Taskforce’s work and how you can get involved.
The Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, the Hon Dan Tehan MP, will provide opening remarks on his leadership role of the Simplified Trade System reform agenda. Mr Paul Little AO, Simplified Trade System Industry Advisory Council (Council) Chair, will explain the Council’s role in supporting the Taskforce’s business engagement, ensuring Australian business needs are at the centre of the new trade system. Also speaking is The Hon Dan Tehan MP, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment.
- The Simplified Trade System – an introduction, key milestones and deliverables
- What we’ve learned so far
- A whole-of-government collaborative approach
- Our approach to industry engagement and the role of the Industry Advisory Council in helping to strengthen engagement
- How you can have your say and get involved
- Questions and answers
This event is free, but participants must register. The registration confirmation email will include Town Hall login details.