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The Banyue - October 2017 Issue 86

Issue 86 of the Banyue features a write up of our tourism report launch 'The China Tourism Economy - Reaching Australia's Potential'. ACBC Victoria welcomed 100 members and friends to the official launch of the second ACBC national tourism report by the Victorian Minister for Tourism and Major Events, The Hon John Eren MP. The research was carried out by L.E.K. Consulting who expanded and built on the findings from last year’s report.

Hosted by ACBC members, BDO Australia in Melbourne on 11 October, guests were provided with insights into the value of the Chinese travel and tourism market and how the experience of Chinese tourists translates into broader economic opportunities for Australian offerings and exports.

See also for our busy calendar of upcoming events taking place before the end of the year, Australia-China news, supported events, initiatives and more...

China In Touch, 11 October 2017, Issue 213

Railways opened the West in America and these twin ribbons of steel were essential in developing the economic growth of Asia and Africa. Then rail went out of fashion. Instead of laying new rail, some countries ripped out railway lines. Others, like China, expanded their rail networks and this decision has paid off.

The Banyue - September 2017 Issue 85

Issue 85 of the Banyue newsletter features a piece from ACBC National President, the Hon John Brumby AO, on strategic issues flowing from the strategic economic dialogue between China and Australia. Titled ‘Getting the Terms of Engagement Right with China’, the article emphasises that there is much at stake for the Australian economy and Australian business in the dialogue that took place in Hangzhou.

The September issue also includes upcoming events, recent highlights, news and more…

China In Touch, 27 September 2017, Issue 212

Last week I spoke at the ASEAN conference in Nanning and attended a series of provincial level meetings. One clear focus has emerged from these meetings and conference events. There is little concern with how the world interacts with China. The primary focus is how China will interact with the world. The Belt and Road Initiatives are a central to this.

Queensland Branch eNews - Spring 2017