CITCSA was established in 1994 by the then State Liberal Government and has been continually supported by successive State Governments. As an independent incorporated association – CITCSA charter is creating chambers and then supporting its membership in their development of bilateral economic and cultural relations with their countries of origin, and by the identification and facilitation of sustainable export markets for South Australian enterprises. Our chambers and councils work mainly with the State’s small and medium sized enterprises – SME’s, whose resources generally cannot cover multiple international destinations potentially as diverse as China, Russia, Africa, India and so forth. CITCSA’s chambers and councils have both the resources and will to assist South Australian enterprises.

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