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The Australian Trade and Investment Commission is an Australian Government agency within the Foreign Affairs and Trade portfolio, established under the Australian Trade Commission Act 1985, and operating under the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997 and the Public Service Act 1999. Its major role is to assist Australian companies to gain access to overseas markets and opportunities. The Australian Trade and Investment Commission has 16 offices across Australia and more than 80 overseas locations.
The Australian Trade and Investment Commission provides the following services to Australian businesses that want to explore opportunities abroad: