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Australian Trade and Investment Commission

The Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) is the Australian Government agency that helps Australian companies win overseas business for their products and services by reducing the time, cost and risk involved in selecting, entering and developing international markets.

If you are looking for support in connecting your business with Australia, please contact Anna Fedeles, Consul General and Senior Trade & Investment Commissioner and her team in Frankfurt:

Australian Trade & Investment Commission, Frankfurt
Australian Consulate General Main Tower 28th Floor, Neue Mainzer Strasse 52-58 Frankfurt  60311 Germany
Tel: +49 0 69 9055 80
Fax: +49 0 69 9055 8119
[email protected]

Further information

The recent 2021 benchmark report gives more insights into Australian trade and business. Find out more about why Australia is a great investment destination here.

Austrade regularly publishes news and insights on Australian trade and investment. Stay up to date, and keep informed of Austrade’s events, by subscribing to the email newsletters.

Learn more about Australian government initatives linked to trade:

BICON: Import conditions search

BICON contains the Australian import conditions for more than 20,000 foreign plant, animal, mineral and human products.

 

OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises


The Australian Government encourages Australian enterprises operating overseas and multinational enterprises operating in Australia to observe the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises. The Guidelines provide voluntary principles and standards for responsible business conduct in a variety of areas, including:

  • human rights;
  • employment and industrial relations;
  • environment;
  • combating bribery, bribe solicitation and extortion;
  • consumer interests;
  • science and technology;
  • competition; and
  • taxation.

The Australian National Contact Point (AusNCP) promotes the use of the OECD Guidelines and contributes to the resolution of issues relating to their implementation, including facilitating access to conciliation services.