Territory Stories

Driving international engagement and economic opportunities for the Territory

Details:

Title

Driving international engagement and economic opportunities for the Territory

Member

Manison, Nicole Susan

Political affiliation

Australian Labor Party

Collection

Media Releases for 14th Assembly 2020 -; Media Releases; ParliamentNT

Date

2022-03-28

Notes

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT)

Language

English

Subject

Economic development; International commerce

Publisher name

Northern Territory Government

File type

application/pdf

Use

Issued as a Media Release

Copyright owner

Northern Territory Government

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/860162

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/860164

Related items

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/860163

Page content

Priority Markets FIGURE 1 Singapore Existing Exports Defence & maritime services, horticulture, seafood fisheries & aquaculture, tourism, film, television & digital media Potential Exports Gas, mining, hydrogen, solar, ICT digital technologies, meat products, health services, Aboriginal visual arts & crafts; fashion Potential Investment Gas, mining, value add processing for mining projects, hydrogen, solar, low-emissions manufacturing, data centres, maritime infrastructure, aerospace, sustainable development precincts (agriculture) & AgTech, tourism infrastructure, sustainable & Aboriginal tourism Vietnam Existing Exports Cattle, education & training Potential Exports Meat products, horticulture, cotton, health services, mining, defence & maritime services, ICT digital technologies Potential Investment Mining, cattle, sustainable development precincts (agriculture) & AgTech Japan Existing Exports Gas, mining, tourism Potential Exports Seafood fisheries & aquaculture, critical minerals, hydrogen, defence & maritime services, horticulture, forestry (woodchips, sandalwood & African mahogany), health services, Aboriginal visual arts & crafts; fashion, ICT - digital technologies, meat products Potential Investment Gas, mining, value add processing for mining projects, hydrogen, solar, low-emissions manufacturing, maritime infrastructure, aerospace, data centres, sustainable development precincts (agriculture) & AgTech, tourism infrastructure, sustainable and Aboriginal tourism Indonesia Existing Exports Defence & maritime services, cattle, education & training, meat products Potential Exports Health services, cotton, ICT digital technologies Potential Investment Data centres, maritime infrastructure South Korea Existing Exports Gas, mining, meat products Potential Exports ICT digital technologies, horticulture, seafood fisheries & aquaculture, cotton, film, television & digital media, defence & maritime services, hydrogen, critical minerals, forestry (woodchips, sandalwood & African mahogany) Potential Investment Gas, mining, hydrogen, solar, aerospace, maritime infrastructure, data centres, tourism infrastructure North America Existing Exports Aboriginal visual arts & crafts; fashion, meat products, tourism, defence & maritime services Potential Exports ICT digital technologies, hydrogen, critical minerals, health services, film, television & digital media Potential Investment Gas, mining, value add processing for mining projects, hydrogen, solar, sustainable & Aboriginal tourism, aerospace, maritime infrastructure, low-emissions manufacturing, data centres, cattle, sustainable development precincts (agriculture) & AgTech, tourism infrastructure HIGH PRIORITY MARKETS China European Union*United Kingdom Vietnam India United Arab Emirates Nepal Thailand Malaysia Singapore Japan New Zealand Philippines Brunei Timor-Leste Indonesia Bangladesh Taiwan Hong Kong South Korea Papua New Guinea South America North America 18


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