Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts (Tasmania)

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The Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts (DEDTA) was the Tasmanian Government Department responsible for leading economic and industry development in Tasmania.[1] They were the first point of contact for companies wishing to establish, relocate, diversify or expand in Tasmania. They also act as a conduit to other state and Australian Government departments, local government and Tasmanian business. They also linked government and the private sector in marketing Tasmania's unique assets. DEDTA was merged with DIER to form the new Department of State Growth.

Agencies[edit]

The Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts was composed of several agencies, each with a unique focus on the Tasmanian community:

  • Economic Development
  • Arts and Culture
  • Tourism
  • Innovation, Science and Technology
  • Sport and Recreation

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ACCC-Links". Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. Retrieved 2011-11-09. 

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