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Foreign Investment Review Board

Parent Portfolio: Treasury

The Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) is a non-statutory body that advises the Government on foreign investment policy and its administration. The Board examines proposals by foreign interests to undertake direct investment in Australia and makes recommendations to the Government on whether those proposals are suitable for approval under the Government's policy.

Foreign Investment Review Board resources

Key web pages and entry points for the Foreign Investment Review Board

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