AUSTRALIA has become the latest nation to launch a global online-only online-sales platform that is allowing customers to shop from the comfort of their home.
The Australian government is the latest to join the growing list of countries to allow its citizens to shop for parts online.
The Government’s online platform, called the Auto Parts Marketplace, will be accessible from a number of online retailers.
It will be run by the government’s Trade and Industry Development Agency, which has been charged with developing policies to make Australian car parts cheaper and easier to purchase online.
Mr Turnbull has previously called for the online marketplace to be more transparent, and the Government said it would be open to the public offering feedback.
“The online-marketplace will be designed to encourage a more transparent and transparent shopping experience for Australian car buyers,” the Government’s website says.
“We are committed to supporting the growth of the online-manufacturing sector in Australia by making it easier and faster for Australian consumers to find and buy the parts they need.”
The site is designed to be a “platform for Australians to buy and sell goods online”.
Mr Turnbull’s government has said it wants to see “everybody doing it online”, but has been reluctant to put forward a set of rules and regulations for how the market can operate.