Past Programs
Explore past programs from the centre
Services Sectors and the opportunities present through Australia’s Free Trade Agreements

The Australian APEC Study Centre facilitated a series of seminars targeted at Small to Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) to outline the opportunities for various service sectors through Australia’s Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) with China, Korea and Japan.

Facilitating Trade and Investment in Services

The Australian APEC Study Centre worked with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) since 2010 to develop the STAR database. The database is a business friendly, online tool to help service providers take advantage of new export opportunities.

Urban Infrastructure Network

The purpose of the UIN is to develop a guide for governments to assist them in managing the varied and complex challenges of enhancing and building sustainable cities.

Investment Climates for Global Value Chains

This program aimed to assist businesses working in

South-East Asia by enhancing the stability and transparency of regulatory investment environments of regional economies.

Infrastructure PPPs and Sustainable Urban Development in
APEC and South Asia

This multi-year capacity building program develop a best practice holistic urban infrastructure

planning framework and

an action plan to meet the challenges and infrastructure needs of rapid urbanisation

in Asia Pacific economies.

Enhancing the Investment Environment in
APEC and ASEAN

The Australian APEC Study Centre undertook a research project aimed at identifying opportunities for Australian businesses to enhance Australia’s trade and investment relationship with Taiwan and China.

Australia-China Council Taiwan Project

The Australian APEC Study Centre undertook a research project aimed at identifying opportunities for Australian businesses to enhance Australia’s trade and investment relationship with Taiwan and China.

Asia-Pacific Infrastructure Partnership (APIP)

The Australian APEC Study Centre provided the Secretariat Services to the APIP. The APIP was established as a regional structure to

initiate dialogues within APEC economies between governments, business, multilateral development banks and academics on

complex infrastructure matters.

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Acknowledgement of country  
The AASC at RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nations on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. We respectfully acknowledge their Ancestors and Elders, past and present.  
 
The AASC would also like to acknowledge and extend our respects to the Indigenous people from across the lands we work, particularly the 21 economies of the Asia Pacific.  
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