China Path Podcast

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Welcome to the ACBC’s China Path Podcast, where we bring you China business advice that can assist you in deepening your engagement with Australia’s largest trading partner.

The China Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) presents Australian companies with unprecedented access to the China market. Whether you export dairy, meat, wine, seafood, grain, fruit or vegetables, or specialise in the services of education, tourism, health or finance, ChAFTA can provide you with a competitive edge when doing business with China.

Each fortnight the China Path Podcast will interviews with business leaders, government representatives and case studies who will share their advice of how Australian businesses can further utilise ChAFTA to take advantage of the growing Chinese middle class’ desire for Australian goods and services. Stay tuned for episodes covering;

  • Accessing ChAFTA for goods and services, such as tourism, education and health care;
  • Protecting your intellectual property in China;
  • ChAFTA and investment
  • Australian government support on the ground in China;
  • Chinese e-commerce;
  • The emerging opportunities in West China;
  • Behind the scenes of ChAFTA negotiations; and
  • Case studies of exporters and service providers achieiving success in the market

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‘This Activity received funding from Austrade as part of the Free Trade Agreement Market Entry Grant Program’ ‘The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information or advise contained herein’ April 2019 – April 2020

“The China Path Podcast is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia-China Council of the Departmet of Foreign Affairs and Trade” July 2018 – July 2019

“This Activity received funding from Austrade as part of the Free Trade Agreement Training Provider Grant Program.” June 2017 – June 2018

  • 52. Paul Cheyne (Austrade) - Coronavirus Fallout
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  • 51. Mark Tanner (China Skinny) - The Ever-Evolving Chinese Consumer
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  • 50. David Olsson (ACBC National President) - Australia-China Business Prospects in 2020
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  • 49. Heidi Dugan (You Are the Chef) - Fame and Cooking on Chinese TV
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  • 48. Jack Brady (AustCham Shanghai) - Australia House in Shanghai
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  • 47. Lauren Hogan (F45 Training Shanghai) - Getting Physical
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  • 46. James Hudson (Alibaba) - Alibaba World
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  • 45. Michelle Garnaut (M on the Bund) - Fine Dining Empire
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  • 44. Graham Fletcher (DFAT, Australian Embassy Beijing) - New Australian Ambassador to China
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  • 43. Matthew McKenzie (Bright Food Asia) - Long Term Commitment to the Market
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  • 42. Jessica Miao (United Media Solution) - Digital Marketing
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  • 41. Raymond Ng (Accestra) - Navigating Import Regulations in China
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  • 40. Matthew McKenzie (Bright Food Asia) - Market Entry 2 – Trade Shows, Lower Tier Cities and Online
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  • 39. Will Zhao (eCargo) - E-Commerce Options
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  • 38. Mette Knudsen (Knudsen CRC) - Getting Customs Compliance Right
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  • 37. Matthew McKenzie (Bright Food Asia) - Market Entry 1 – Before Entering the Market
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  • 36. Brian Wallace (Red Gate Gallery) - The Art Scene in China
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  • 35. Cheng Lei (CGTN) & Peng Tao (Airbnb China) - Australian Uni Alumni Returning to China
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  • 34. Michael Smith (Australian Financial Review) - Reporting on Business from China
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  • 33. Professor Pookong Kee (PKU) Dan Hu (BFSU) . - Australian Studies in China (FASIC)
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