News and Speeches
(18 December 2019) Media release by Foreign Minister Marise Payne on the new National Foundation for Australia-China Relations.
(10 December 2019) Media release by Foreign Minister Marise Payne commemorating the International Human Rights Day.
(6 November 2019) Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Deputy Secretary Christopher Langman delivered a speech at the 10th Annual Caixin Summit, Beijing.
(6 November 2019) Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmingham delivers remarks at the opening of Australia House in Shanghai.
(5 November 2019) Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmingham will visit Shanghai to lead Australia’s delegation at the China International Import Expo (CIIE) as well as participate in ministerial-level discussions on World Trade Organization (WTO) related matters.
(1 November 2019) Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmingham will travel to Thailand to progress negotiations on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and attend the East Asia Summit with the Prime Minister.
(19 September 2019) Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Marise Payne's speech at CEDA State of the Nation Conference in Canberra.
(03 September 2019) Australian Ambassador Graham Fletcher congratulates the University of New South Wales on its 70th anniversary .
(2 August 2019) Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birminham's speech at the breakfast event by the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Beijing.
(2 August 2019) Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birminham's speech at the Center for China and Globalisation.
(1 August 2019) Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmingham will this week represent Australia at the 8th Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) ministerial meeting in Beijing.
(26 June 2019) Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmingham's speech at Australia China Business Council networking day
(26 June 2019) Asialink Bloomberg Address by Prime Minister Scott Morrison
(2 June 2019) Speech by Mr Finn Pratt AO PSM, Secretary, Department of the Environment and Energy on the 2019 Annual General Meeting of the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development.
(20 May 2019) The inaugural Festival of Australia, a celebration of Australian food, beverages, business and lifestyle, kicks off today in China.
(25 April 2019) All of you here reflect the strength, dynamism and potential of the Australia-China relationship. A relationship that is sophisticated and mature; that has delivered substantial benefits to our two countries; and still has much untapped potential.
(10 April 2019) A $4.7 million boost from the Coalition Government will strengthen innovation and science links with China to help tackle challenges facing key industry sectors, with a focus on developing medical and alternative energy security technology.
(29 March 2019) The Morrison Government will establish a new and innovative National Foundation for Australia-China Relations to strengthen one of Australia’s most significant bilateral relationships.
(07 March 2019) The Liberal-National Government has today launched a new campaign to attract an emerging and lucrative type of Chinese visitor to Australia, commonly known as the free and independent traveller (FIT).
(6 March 2019) Leading and emerging Australian authors, including Graeme Simsion, Julie Koh, Morris Gleitzman and Richard Fidler, will headline the 12th annual Australian Writers Week from 20-27 March.
(31 January 2019) Australian Ambassador to China Ms Jan Adams AO PSM would like to wish the people of China a Happy New Year, and a prosperous and healthy Year of the Pig.
(17 January 2019) The 2019 Advance Awards nominations are now open! If you know a remarkable and outstanding global Aussie who deserves recognition, nominate them today for the Awards to be held in Sydney in October this year. #AdvanceAwards19.
(3 January 2019) Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmingham said the latest round of tariff cuts on 1 January under our trade agreements with China and Korea would build on the substantial economic benefits these two major agreements had already delivered for Australian exporters.
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