South Australian trade delegation to spruik state to Asia

South Australian trade delegation to spruik state to Asia

A trade delegation to promote South Australia’s food production, health and defence capabilities will head off to key north Asian countries. The business and government delegation of about 30 people will visit Japan, South Korea and Taiwan this week. South Australian Investment and Trade Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith said the trade agenda’s aim was to create jobs. “There’s about 65,000 jobs in South Australia that relate directly to selling our goods and services overseas,” Mr Hamilton-Smith said. “Food and wine are very big, particularly in Japan and Korea. We used to be the number one wine country in Korea, we have slipped from that mantel and we need to get it back.”

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