About The Asia Trade ForumIn 2008, The Asia Trade Forum (ATF) was established in Dublin, Ireland to promote new strategies for Irish exporters to build trade with Asian markets. The Asia Trade Forum is part of the Irish Exporters Association – one of Ireland’s leading private-sector organisations that helps to promote international trade.
As part of its 2011 Asia Trade Strategy document, the ATF identified five priority Asian markets consisting of China, India, Japan, Malaysia and the Republic of Korea.
The ATF’s primary objective is to promote and increase the levels of trade between Irish businesses and Asia and with a spirit of collaboration, to promote stronger links generally between Asia and Ireland.
To find out more about the ATF and how it assists with Ireland-Asia trade please take a few minutes to review our 2011-2015 trade policy strategy document "Trading with the Asia Pacific Region", check out our Chairman’s Statement or Contact Us for further information.