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The Brief: 11 December 2014

The Australia China Business Council warmly invites you to attend our annual Chinese New Year Banquet to welcome in the Year of the Goat. Join us for an exceptional Chinese banquet, an opportunity to network with over 350 members of the Australia China Business Council and hear speeches from our special guests. There will also be a chance to win some exciting lucky door prizes.

The Brief: 5 November 2015

Join ACBC and Baidu for an introduction to the Chinese Digital Landscape, the panel of speakers include; Mr.Liang Zeng is the Vice President of Baidu Inc., Mr. Jun Lei is the General Channel Sales Director of Baidu Inc. and Michael Motherwell is co-founder and Director of Jishi Interactive - it will be held on 10 November 2014

The Brief: 22 October 2014

The Australia China Business Council's NSW Branch will hold its Annual General Meeting on 28 October. The AGM is an opportunity for members to review the past 12 months, elect ACBC NSW office bearers, and network with other members over drinks and canapés. This event is open to ACBC members only. Registration essential. Information on candidates and a proxy form for members unable to attend the election is available here.

The Brief: 7 October 2014

The internationalisation of the renminbi (RMB) is changing the world of global finance. But what does it mean for businesses and why is this trend so important for the Australian market? The Australia China Business Council is pleased to host a special update on the RMB in partnership with the Commonwealth Bank. Join three of CBA’s most influential experts on the RMB to understand what are the intricacies of the currency and its impact on the development of the Australia China relationship. The speakers will also provide a China economic update and explain what a Free Trade Agreement may mean for the Australia China trade and business.

The Brief: 10 September 2014

You are invited to contribute to an important publication providing insights into the impact of bilateral trade between Australia and China on Australia's integration in global value chains, and the flow of effects for the Australian economy down to the household level.  Plus, events, activities, news and more!