Ongoing committment to business

AN international trade matching service from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of WA is now available in Business News every week.

Located in the For the Record section of Business News, the list is compiled by the International Trade Centre which operates out of the Chamber of Commerce with the financial support of the WA Government Department of Industry and Technology and the Australian Trade Commission.

Business News editor Mark Pownell said the new edition to the For the Record section was part of Business News’ ongoing commitment to providing reliable and informative information to WA’s business community.

CCI Trade Services Group manager Keith Seed said the Trade Inquiry Service was about linking overseas exporters and importers with Australian businesses with general joint venture business opportunities.

Readers can approach the CCI with more information about particular trade information from the Trade Inquiry Service list.

Mr Seed said local businesses could also send in requests to the International Trade Centre, which could than be promoted on the 10,000-member World Chamber Network.

Businesses listed on the online International Business Directory get unlimited free listings opportunities on the Inquiry Service as well as the TradeTalk newsletter.

The International Trade Centre also provides advice on how to start up an import or export business, finds suppliers and buyers for their products and provides trade documentation and export assistance programs.

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