Local: Wed
Sydney: Wed
Select Destination
Location Time Temp
Sydney Wed24°
Melbourne Wed33°
Brisbane Wed28°
Perth Wed26°
Adelaide Wed
Hobart Wed30°
Canberra Wed23°
Darwin Wed32°

news

Get our help FREE advice or find service providers with our bookJobs Now

Brexit fuels investment Down Under

27 June 2016 by News Desk

Investment Down Under has never looked more attractive following the uncertainty caused by the Brexit vote.

investment Down UnderInvestment Down Under is on the rise. Australian agriculture, services, equities, new business start-ups and more are all attracting interest from investors seeking a safe haven for their money.

With over $2 Trillion wiped off the value of global stock markets in recent days investment Down Under has become a hot financial topic.

“In this time of uncertainty Australia remains a safe destination, for migrants and for money,” says Darrell Todd, founder of thinkingaustralia.

“Australia remains a country of ongoing long-term growth and opportunity. There’s never been a better time to invest in Australia.”

In the past 12 months overseas investment in Australia has increased by $220.5 Billion, a rise of 8%. Foreign investment Down Under totalled $3.024 Trillion in 2015, according to latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Reasons for investment Down Under

Australia has consistently been named as the most resilient economy in the world.

Australia has the lowest risk of political instability in the Asia Pacific region and 4th lowest in the world.

Australia has ranked among the top three countries in the Asia Pacific region for its economic competitiveness.

Asia’s economies account for 45% of world GDP and Australia is the gateway to this huge market. Companies benefit from ‘follow-the-sun’ operations.

Australia is the fastest place in the world to start a business with regulatory procedures taking just two days compared to OECD average of 15 days.

Of the 30 OECD countries, Australia has the fewest restrictions on product markets, the least public ownership of business and the least restrictive impact of business regulation on economic behaviour.

“All of the above are just a few the many reasons why the ‘serious money’ is now considering investment Down Under,” says Darrell Todd.

“Contact us today to find out more about travel, migration and investment Down Under.”

Want to live and work Down Under? Click here for expert help: Skilled Migration to Australia

Want to get a job Down Under? Click here for expert help: How to get a job in Australia

Click here for expert help with travel visas: Travel visas to Australia

Click here for tourist information about Australia: Visit Australia



We use cookies on Thinking Australia

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Please confirm permission to use cookies.
Cookie Policy Privacy policy