To reap the rewards of doing business internationally, you must overcome challenges and pitfalls and make the most of the fiscal and regulatory opportunities.
Australia has one of the strongest, most competitive, open and flexible economies in the world. Australia’s strong economic growth has been coupled with low inflation and low unemployment rates for years, which is why multinational companies view Australia as presenting the best business case for regional headquarters to target the dynamic Asia Pacific region. But how about its neighbour? Internationally, New Zealand is consistently recognised as having a stable and business-friendly environment. New Zealand topped the World Bank Doing Business Report in 2018 for ease of doing business and starting a business.
Join our market-specialists including the Country Coordinating officer for the UK-Australia corridor and a Trade Specialist Department of International Trade for some insights on Australia and New Zealand.