Why has the government targeted this sector?
When announcing a review the Significant Investor Visa program in October 2014, Andrew Robb, Minister for Trade and Investment, said:
“Our aim, as part of our broader competitiveness agenda, is to attract more investment into Australia that makes a material difference to supporting sustainable growth, productivity and job creation. We are keen to attract additional investment which supports innovation and which provide new sources of growth capital.”
Continue reading Venture Capital – an overview for those working with SIV Applicants
In 2014, New South Wales and Guangdong province celebrated the 35th anniversary of their Sister State relationship, the first of its kind to be established between an Australian state and Chinese province.
Continue reading Guangzhou and Sydney – celebrating 35 years
Winner of Best Documentary at the 2014 Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards
Once, China’s ordinary citizens dreamed of a watch, a bicycle and a radio. Today they strive for wealth and a better life, often to the detriment of family and tradition.
Continue reading “China’s 3 Dreams” screening and panel discussion – Monday 4th May
With increasing two way business and co-operation between China and Australia, many Chinese investors are actively looking to acquire or partner with Australian businesses in the supply change, particularly in Agriculture, food and dairy, and manufacturing.
Continue reading Australian Businesses China ready for sale or expansion
The Shanghai Business Review April 2015 Australian Report says the relationship with China has become increasingly cooperative, with investment into Australia from Chinese continuing to grow as the two nations enjoy strong trade relationships.
Continue reading Sino-Australian economic ties strong with reliance on each others economies