Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith is in Darwin to discuss the global trade and investment outlook; trade negotiations and foreign investment policy at today’s national Trade and Investment Ministers’ Meeting (TIMM).
News releases - Martin Hamilton-Smith
Businesses in South Australia have a clear competitive advantage over their interstate counterparts, a new independent report shows.
Damaged in a recent attack by graffiti vandals, a tribute mural on the front wall of the Vietnam Veterans Federation Hall, will be repaired with a State Government grant.
The airports industry has slammed the Opposition Leader’s plan for a freight airport at Monarto.
South Australians will have the chance to see one of the world’s most advanced naval ships when the Italian FREMM-class frigate Carabiniere arrives in Adelaide today.
The Department of State Development and Investment Attraction South Australia will be tasked to examine the feasibility of the State Opposition’s Globe Link plan after initial advice that Stephen Marshall may have put at risk 17,500 jobs and billions of dollars worth of investment in the pipeline at Adelaide Airport with his proposal for a multi-billion dollar, 24-hour cargo-only airport at Monarto.
Adelaide is set to be a hot-spot for international shipbuilding companies in coming weeks with three ship designers visiting Techport Australia and holding engagement forums with South Australia’s defence industry ahead of 2018’s jobs windfall.
The first Air Warfare Destroyer, Hobart, today commenced the next phase of sea trials, undertaking testing of combat, communications and additional platform systems.
Minister for Defence Industries Martin Hamilton-Smith has issued a call for a continued commitment to Australian-made content for upcoming defence programs.
South Australia is establishing the Defence Innovation Partnership, a new organisation that will generate defence-related research and development activity for the state.
South Australians can now receive compliance certificates from plumbers, electricians and gas fitters electronically, through a government project that aims to reduce red tape and improve business efficiency.
More than $797,000 in funding has gone to 43 local exporters to help them grow their exports and create jobs in 2017.