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Melbourne: China Health Update

04 July 2018

Holding Redlich, 555 Bourke Street, Melbourne 3000

ACBC Victoria is pleased to invite you to our China update with Dr Chuyang Liu, China Specialist and Deputy State Director, Austrade 

With China’s growing middle class wanting access to the latest in health care and their ageing population expected to reach 250 million by 2020, the opportunities for businesses engaged in the health sector both here and in China will be immense. At this China Health Update, Dr Chuyang Liu will outline some of the opportunities forecast in areas including:

  • China’s senior-living and aged-care service industry
  • Infrastructure investment and services
  • Operations and management services; Education and skills training (VET)
  • Medical and digital health services.


Speaker Bio:

Dr Chuyang Liu
China Specialist/Deputy State Director (Victoria)
Australian Trade and Investment Commission
 
Dr Chuyang Liu has returned to Australia from her previous role as Trade Commissioner/Counsellor Commercial in Australian Embassy in Beijing China in August 2016.  Chuyang is now China Specialist and Deputy State Director (Victoria) based in Austrade’s Melbourne office. Prior to joining Austrade in July 2012, Chuyang worked at the Department of Business and Innovation in the Victorian State Government of Australia.
 
Chuyang is a specialist in international trade and WTO law, with extensive experiences in Australia, Europe (Switzerland, Germany and the UK), and Asian countries (China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan and South Korea) during her 26 years’ career. She is an expert in policy & legal issues in international economic law, the law of the sea and maritime law. Her professional experience ranges from international organisations including WTO and UN Security Council (Geneva), Australian Federal & State governments, to higher education and professional services firms. Chuyang also has significant experience in leading and managing the development of investment & business strategies for overseas companies in Asian markets, especially in China.
 
Chuyang has a PhD of International Economic Law from University of Bern (Switzerland), MBA from Victoria University (Australia), Master of Maritime Law from Dalian Maritime University, Bachelor of British & American Literature from Dalian Foreign Language University, China. In addition to English and Mandarin, she also speaks German and Japanese.

Date: Wednesday 4 July 2018
Time: 12.15pm for 12.30pm to 2.00pm   
Venue: Holding Redlich, 555 Bourke Street, Melbourne 3000 
Cost: $55 for ACBC Members and $85 General Admission (+GST and online booking fee)
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