Trade Minister launches new site for teaching, research

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Wednesday, 20 January 2010

Australia's Minister for Trade, the Hon. Simon Crean MP, will officially open the new premises for the University of Adelaide's Institute for International Trade today.

The Institute for International Trade is dedicated to the advancement of study in support of those who work in today's global economy, whether they are in business, government or academia.

The Institute is led by Mr Andrew Stoler, former Deputy Director-General of the World Trade Organization. Professor Stoler has years of experience of working in international trade and policy and was recently appointed to the position of Associate Commissioner of Australia's Productivity Commission.

Now based at the refurbished 10 Pulteney Street in Adelaide, the Institute for International Trade has introduced a new one-year Masters of International Trade and Development, which starts teaching this week.

For more information about the Institute for International Trade, visit:


Contact Details

Mr Andrew L. Stoler
Executive Director, Institute for International Trade
The University of Adelaide
Business: +61 8 8313 6944
Mobile: 0412 586 063

Mr David Ellis
Deputy Director, Media and Corporate Relations
External Relations
The University of Adelaide
Business: +61 8 8313 5414
Mobile: +61 (0)421 612 762