Hans Hendrischke - Newsroom articles
Hans Hendrischke on Sky News 04 Sep 2016
Hans Hendrischke was interviewed on Sky News about Chinese President Xi Jinping's meeting with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Hans Hendrischke on NHK TV (China) 25 Aug 2016
NHK TV (China)
Professor Hans Hendrischke was interviewed on NHK TV (China) on whether sinophobia is a threat, with regards to Chinese investment in Australia.
Professor Hans Hendrischke was quoted in The Australian about the implications of the rejection of State Grid Corp’s bid for Ausgrid.
Professor Hans Hendrischke and Dr Wei Li authored an opinion piece published in The Conversation about The Australian government’s decision to block the lease of the NSW power grid to China.
Professor of Chinese Business and Management Hans Hendrischke told The Australian the federal government’s rejection of a Chinese bid for Ausgrid could mean crucial investment in the nation’s ageing power network could be lost.
Radio National Breakfast, ABC NewsRadio
Professor Hans Hendrischke was interviewed on Radio National and NewsRadio, about Treasurer Scott Morrison's decision regarding to block the proposed sale of Ausgrid to the Chinese
BBC, Reuters, Yahoo!, Business Standard, Shanghai Daily, Otago Daily Times, Nikkei Asian Review, Gulf Times, Jakarta Globe
BBC (UK), Reuters (Africa, China, UK, US, India), Yahoo! (US), Business Standard (US), Shanghai Daily (China), Otago Daily Times (New Zealand), Nikkei Asian Review (Japan), Gulf Times (Qatar) and Jakarta Globe (Indonesia) interviewed Professor Hans Hendrischke about Chinese investment in the NSW electricity grid operator, Ausgrid.
Australian Financial Review
The Australian Financial Review quoted Professor Hans Hendrischke about the impact of Chinese investment in the NSW power grid.
From Seed to Acorn 14 Jul 2016
Beijing Review quoted Professor Hans Hendrischke on China’s economic growth.
Foreign observers voice praise 02 Jul 2016
China Daily (China) quoted Professor Hans Hendrischke about how China has helped other counties overcome financial problems.