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ACBC Vic eNews: The Banyue Issue 144 February 2020

Vale Dr Jane Orton PhD - a true champion of the Australia China Relationship

COVID-19 Economic Overview and Social Impact Event - Tickets will go fast

In this issue:

ACBC Tasmania Newsletter Special Edition #2 February 2020

Nortification of the AusCham China webinars on the Corona Virus (COVID-19)

ACBC Tasmania Newsletter Special Edition February 2020

A special edition with updates and infomration on the Corona Virus (COVID-19)

China In Touch, 12 February 2020, Issue 270

The Corona Virus means its crunch time for business. No, its not just crunch time in terms of business slowdowns, the collapse of tourism and international student numbers. Its crunch time for your business relationship with China and your Chinese colleagues. How you respond will determine how your China business will grow after this crisis has passed. How you respond will determine how welcome your business is in China and how effectively you can expand your networks. Its commonly accepted that good China business depends upon developing good relationships. Long lunches, numerous Moutai toasts and the elaborate  gift giving courtesies around business all attest to the importance of maintaining these relationships but for many outside  of China these relationships lack substance. Often they are learned dance-steps, tolerated but without genuine meaning.

 

ACBC Vic eNews: The Banyue Issue 143 February 2020

Important notice regarding the coronavirus: Chief health officer Dr Brett Sutton's advice for Victorians

In this issue:

  • CNY Event recap including photos
  • Upcoming events including a postponement
  • Relevant news on the unfolding of the coronavirus situation including a video from Wuhan city.
  • New members