ITPC Sydney News

October 6, 2021

The Director of ITPC Sydney is a guest lecturer at the KKL Faculty of Law and Sharia, Walisongo State Islamic University, Semarang. On that occasion, Mrs. Ayu shared information about International Trade Law and also about the role of ITPC Sydney as an institution promoting Indonesian products in Australia.

Ayu Siti Maryam explained that international trade cooperation is divided into 3 main schemes, multilateral, regional and bilateral which outline has one main principle, namely the principle of “trade without discrimination”.

In the context of Indonesia-Australia bilateral cooperation, the IA-CEPA is the only legal reference in ensuring the implementation of harmonious and mutually beneficial economic relations between the two countries.