Julie Bishop launched the 2014 Australia-China Trade Report on the 25 March 2015. Commissioned by the Australia China Business Council (ACBC), one of Australia’s most respected China engagement forums and sponsored by NAB, the report examines bilateral trade between the two countries. The report is the only report that looks at the benefits of the Australia-China trading relationship at a household level and looks beyond the resources boom and exploring the growth other Australian industries are seeing with China. It also provides practical advice on how to do business in China from Australian businesses already successfully doing it. Professor Hans Hendrischke and Dr Wei Li from the Australia China Business Network were the research team for this report.
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Australia benefits from growing internationalisation and sophistication of Chinese trade - report 30 Mar 2015
Australia’s non-resource based trade with China is growing rapidly as the mining boom slows and mineral exports decline, according to a report prepared by the Business School for the Australia China Business Council. More
The primary motivator for Chinese investing in Australia is profitability, according to a key survey conducted by KPMG and the University of Sydney's China Studies Centre. More
Chinese investment demystified: Minister launches KPMG - University of Sydney Business School website 11 Apr 2014
The first interactive online resource designed to dispel the myths surrounding Chinese investment in Australia and inform debate on the issue has been launched in Shanghai today by the Commonwealth Minister for Trade and Investment, Andrew Robb. More