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G’day and welcome!

The U.S. Commercial Service, Australia helps U.S. companies do business in Australia by finding agents, distributors, representatives, and end users for U.S. products and services.

Our services include due diligence, market research, matchmaking, promotion of U.S. products and services at trade events and so much more. Find out how your U.S. company can benefit from our services and take advantage of the U.S.-Australia Free Trade Agreement.

We can also help Australian companies find the best U.S. suppliers. Please visit our www.buyusa.gov/Australia website for details.

Helpful sites:

“TradeSource” 2013 edition: an informative publication from the U.S. Census Bureau. This edition focuses on expanding into new markets.

http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/aes/tradesource_jan2013.pdf

Record retention: Every party involved in an export transaction (owners and operators of the export carriers, USPPIs, FPPIs and /or authorized agents) should retain all export documents for five years from the date of export to comply with the Foreign Trade Regulations. Check out the U.S. Census Buerau website for more information.

Export statistics: Take a look at TradeStats Express

The U.S. Commercial Service Sydney is pleased to support:

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