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.
Doing business with Australia
A gateway to information and services about Australia for foreign business people and investors.
ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (AANZFTA)
The ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (AANZFTA) was signed by Trade Ministers on 27 February 2009 in Hua Hin, Thailand, and came into force in Cambodia on 4 January 2011. The AANZFTA is one of the largest truly comprehensive Free Trade Agreements ever signed, and will reduce or eliminate trade barriers across a region that is home to 600 million people, with an annual GDP of around USD 2.7 trillion.
The Agreement introduces a range of practical benefits for businesses seeking to trade or invest between Australia and Cambodia, including by reducing tariffs on goods, liberalising market access for most services and offering increased protection for investors.
Further information on the AANZFTA, including the full text of the Agreement and guidance on how to access benefits under it.
Market access for Cambodian products
Since 1 July 2001, all goods manufactured or produced in Least Developed Countries have been granted duty free access to Australia. All Cambodian goods that meet the Rules of Origin Requirements are therefore eligible for tariff-free access to the Australian market.