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西澳大利亚州鼓励中小企业进入利润丰厚的亚洲市场,帮助经济摆脱疫情危机

2020-10-14 15:20

 

悉尼,10月14日(新华社)——西澳大利亚州鼓励中小企业进入利润丰厚的亚洲市场,帮助经济摆脱疫情危机。


有关官员周二晚间表示,希望进入亚洲关键市场的企业可获得总计20万澳元(约合14.3万美元)的拨款,旨在通过与亚洲的贸易多元化创造就业机会。


“尽管受COVID-19大流行的限制,西澳州中小企业在促进与主要亚洲市场的贸易方面仍有很多可以做的事情,”西澳州亚洲参与事务部长彼得·廷利(Peter Tinley)说。


这些赠款将帮助企业通过采用新的商业模式、制定应对COVID-19影响的出口计划或进入亚洲部门的全新市场,应对大流行造成的问题,如旅行禁令和运输中断。


Tinley说:“这些资助可用于广泛的支持项目,例如通过专业的市场支持和服务发展伙伴关系,增加物流和供应链模式的创新,以及确定新的电子商务模式和数字平台的范围。”


该公司将瞄准亚洲主要利润丰厚的市场,包括中国、印度、印度尼西亚、日本、马来西亚、越南和新加坡。


Tinley说:“这只是州政府落实其亚洲参与战略的一种方式,以帮助西澳大利亚州从COVID-19疫情中恢复过来,并为西澳大利亚人创造就业机会。”

 

SYDNEY, Oct. 14 (Xinhua) -- Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the State of Western Australia (WA) have been encouraged to engage in the lucrative Asian marketplace to help lift the economy out of the pandemic crisis.

Businesses wanting to enter key Asian markets can access a total of 200,000 Australian dollars (143,000 U.S. dollars) in grants aimed at creating jobs by diversifying trade with Asia, officials said late Tuesday.

"Despite the constraints imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, there is still plenty WA SMEs can do to facilitate trade with key Asian markets," WA Asian Engagement Minister Peter Tinley said.

The grants will help companies deal with issues created by the pandemic, such as travel bans and shipping disruptions, by adopting new business models, developing export plans that manage COVID-19 implications or accessing entirely new markets in the Asian sector.

"The grants can be used for a wide variety of support projects, such as develop partnerships through specialist in-market support and services, increasing innovation in logistics and supply chain models and scoping new e-commerce models and digital platforms," Tinley said.

Key lucrative markets across Asia will be targeted including China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam and Singapore.

"This is just one way the state government is delivering on its Asian Engagement Strategy to help WA bounce back from COVID-19 and create jobs for Western Australians," Tinley said.

 

来自: xinhua