Join ACBC QLD Food and Agriculture Industry Working Group to discuss findings of this newly released report and impacts on trade and investment with China.
This report by China Policy was commissioned to inform policymakers and key stakeholders about the risks and opportunities of China as an export destination for Australian agricultural products. It looks through the eyes of a Chinese buyer, describing why Chinese purchasers buy Australian products, what differentiates them from domestic and international competitors, and structural reasons for buying or not buying Australian. The report collates information from a wide range of Chinese sources, including interviews. The first section describes major driving forces influencing the Chinese food system, providing some context for the rest of the report. There is then in-depth discussion of five food products: beef, dairy, wheat, barley and wine. The final section outlines key themes to emerge from this work as well as opportunities and risks for Australian exporters. Access the report here.
Date: Thursday, 11th March 2021
Time: 8:45am registration for 9:00am – 10:30am AEST (including networking)
Venue: K&L Gates – Level 16, Central Plaza Two, 66 Eagle Street, Brisbane, QLD, 4000
Non-Members: $40 (+GST & Booking Fees)
Registration will close at 5pm on Tuesday, March 19th.