Guide to doing business in Australia
01 October 2017

A guide to doing business in Australia

Australia offers significant benefits for foreign investors and has a favourable investment environment. It has a resilient and diverse economy with low inflation; a transparent and liberal process for approval of foreign investment; low barriers to trade and investment with business-oriented corporate regulation; a competitive company tax rate; and a sizeable domestic market of 23 million people. Australia also has a highly educated, skilled and multi-lingual labour force; an emphasis on reform to maintain the best conditions for growth and investment; a business migration program; and a strategic location in the Asia-Pacific region together with an integration with global markets.

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