Trade commissioner
For the European Union post, see European Commissioner for Trade.
Trade commissioner is the title of a government official whose primary duties are to promote international trade agreements and export trade programs on behalf of a national or regional government authority. Such envoys are normally posted abroad, often being permanently resident in the country or region to which they have been assigned, but in some cases are locally engaged employees. If assigned by an authority or organization lacking sovereignty, or if a local employee, a trade commissioner may not enjoy diplomatic status. The title Trade Commissioner is also used by some international organizations for the senior official responsible for trade.
Countries with trade commissioners
The Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) has 80 global offices, employing diplomatically accredited Trade Commissioners and large teams of highly experienced local staff.[1]
The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service has over 160 offices in Canada and abroad, employing both Canadian citizens and foreign nationals with this title.[2]
International organizations with trade commissioners
The following international organizations have commissioners for trade and related issues:
See also
  1. ^
  2. ^ "The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service".
  3. ^ "EUCLID News".
  4. ^ "European Commission Trade Homepage".
  5. ^ "Pacific Island Forum Secretariat Trade Offices".
External links
World Trade Organisation member countries (Including links to each country's trade-related national website)
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