A pragmatic and collaborative approach
This action plan is dynamic and will be continuously improved in response to new information and business feedback. We will develop new processes and products in stages, providing an opportunity for continued consultation, engagement and improvement.
Listen to business:
consult on how concerns are raised and action is taken
Test new ways of working together:
involve industry associations and business stakeholders in planning and advice
Share experiences and feedback:
in joint government-industry forums
Review and refine actions:
modify and adapt approaches based on feedback through industry working groups
Evaluate progress and outcomes:
regular two-way reporting on status of prioritised trade barriers
Action we are taking now
Our action plan will adapt to the global economy’s fast-changing landscape. Our response will be flexible and dynamic, continually testing, learning and improving.
Australian businesses have new opportunities stemming from technological advances, demographic shifts, economic development and new consumer preferences. However, our exporters also face emerging challenges and risks when governments respond with new barriers to trade.
Implementation of the action plan is being overseen by a joint government and industry advisory group.
A dedicated trade barrier coordination team has been set up to register and track action on trade barriers. It is a multi-disciplinary unit drawing on expertise from across government.
The trade barrier coordination team will monitor progress and regularly report to the business community.
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