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Main PointsThe most significant reforms to Australia’s foreign investment framework in 40 years were introduced in 2015‑16. The reforms were focused around building a stronger compliance program and a fees system to fund it, while maintaining an assessment system based on the...
On 11 February 2015, the Government announced a suite of reforms designed to increase transparency around foreign investment in Australia. These reforms included the establishment of a foreign ownership register of agricultural land and changes to Australia’s foreign investment screening regime as it applies to...
Australia continues to be an attractive destination for foreign investment. In 2016–17, there was $168 billion of business related approvals approved, only four per cent below the 2015–16 level.
FIRB Chairman, David Irvine AO, delivered this keynote address to the annual Infrastructure Investors’ Forum, outlining Australia’s approach to foreign investment and the national interest test.
This report presents a self-assessment of the administration of Australia’s foreign investment framework against the Regulator Performance Framework (RPF) for 2017-18.
This Guidance Note provides information for foreign investors proposing to invest in Australian agricultural land, including when an acquisition of agricultural land is a notifiable action, approval processes and compliance.