Wei Li - Newsroom articles
SBS Cantonese interviewed Dr Wei Li from the Business School about the Fair Work Commission’s decision to cut Sunday penalty rates for the hospitality and retail industries.
SBS Cantonese interviewed Dr Wei Li about Chinese investment in the Australian property market.
SBS Cantonese interviewed Dr Wei Li about research conducted by the University of Sydney in partnership with Westpac that examined the value of domestic services exported from China.
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.
ABC, Herald Sun, Adelaide Advertiser, Courier Mail, AAP Newswire, SBS
The annual University of Sydney Business School and KPMG report, co-authored by Professor Hans Hendrischke and Dr Wei Li, has found direct Chinese investment in Australia rose by 60 per cent in 2015, reported ABC (News 24, Radio National), Herald Sun, Adelaide Advertiser, Courier Mail, AAP Newswire, SBS and regional papers.
Demystifying Chinese Investment in Australia 10 Apr 2016
The Australian, Australian Financial Review, ABC Online
The Australian, Australian Financial Review and ABC Online reported the Business School and KPMG have launched an annual report showing Chinese direct business investment in Australia is rising, co-authored by Professor Hans Hendrischke, Dr Wei Li and Adjunct Professor Doug Fergusson.
Wei Li on ABC South East SA 10 Feb 2016
ABC South East SA
Wei Li was interviewed on ABC South East SA about businesses that sell ‘fresh air’ to residents in highly polluted cities such as Beijing and Shanghai.
Dr Wei Li was quoted in Business Insider about investment flows from China to Australia in relation to the tourism industry.
Chinese Companies in Australia 05 Jan 2016
Dr Wei Li was interviewed on SBS Mandarin about Chinese investment in Australia.
SBS Radio and 2TM Tamworth
Dr Wei Li from the Business School was interviewed on SBS Radio and 2TM Tamworth about the pollution and smog in Beijing being raised to the first ever 'red alert' level.