The 2014 Australia-China Trade Report reveals China is Australia’s top dairy export market highlighting the considerable growth potential for Australian agribusiness in processed food as Chinese incomes rise.
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Australian service exports to China have been increasing for more than ten years. The Australia-China Trade Report highlights the trends in the services sector from 2009 – 2014.
Snowden Group achieved a breakthrough for the Australian service sector by cooperating with one of China’s central technical design institutes for the mining sector. The Australia-China Trade Report highlights the trends in the services sector from 2009 – 2014.
Over a decade of cultivating relationships and building up the Tangalooma brand, the number of Chinese visitors has increased tenfold.
Julie Bishop launched the 2014 Australia-China Trade Report. 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.
One of Shanghai’s largest private real estate developers, Shanghai Zhongfu, faced the challenge to integrate off-take from its planned Australian operation into the long supply chain of China’s domestic market.
Sixteen years ago, Melbourne’s Caulfield Grammar School looked to China to give its Year 9 students an immersion experience. The Australia-China Trade Report highlights the trends in the services sector from 2009 - 2014.
Australian engineering company, Mawson Global offer value chain services to Australian SME clients who otherwise would not be able to access global sourcing. Their approach facilitates the transition from localised to globalised production for clients.
Research has identified that the Australia-China economic relationship is broader than previously assumed, with considerable new growth opportunities for Australian businesses in agribusiness, manufacturing, real estate, tourism, education and finance and professional services.
It’s not widely known that China’s a strong buyer of Australian manufactured goods. In fact, manufacturing is now the second largest Australian exporting sector to China behind resources. The Australia-China Trade Report highlights the trends in the manufacturing sector from 2009 - 2014.