Australia

In brief

Population: 24,966,924 million

Capital city: Canberra

Largest city: Sydney, 4.92 million (2015)

Main language: English + over 300 more

Major imports: Passenger motor vehicles, refined petroleum, crude petroleum, telecom equipment and parts, computers

Major exports: Iron ores and concentrates, coal, natural gas, education, travel services, gold

 

The Trade Commission of Peru opened in February 2018 following the initial signing of the Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement.

The services we offer include:

- Analysis of the Australian market and the development of product profiles.

- The organisation of commercial, investment and tourism related activities in the local market, including expos, seminars and trade missions.

-The provision of information on Peru's export offering to Australian companies and institutions.  

Contact us here

Trade Commissioner Mario Vargas

"Australia presents many opportunities for Peruvian companies. Our strategy has been to enhance the local awareness of the country of origin for those products which already have a strong presence such as quinoa, cacao and asparagus. We are devising strategies to enhance the ease with which Peruvian products and services reach the Australian market through strategic partnerships and various digital platforms. We see Australia as the gateway to Asia for Peruvian companies."

Visas

For visa and migration information please click below.

Doing Business

For general information on starting a local business please click below.

Labelling Requirements

Product labelling requirements have recently changed. For all information please click below.

Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement

For detailed information of PAFTA sections please click below.

Key Links

Australian Government Bodies

Department of Home Affairs

Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade

Peru - Australia Free Trade Agreement

Spanish

English

About Australia

Peruvian Government Bodies

Peruvian Embassy

Peruvian Consulate

Member based organisations

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