News and Speeches
Prime Minister of Australia The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP speech at the University of New South Wales
(7 August 2018) Thank you very much Vice-Chancellor, thank you for your warm welcome. Thank you for your acknowledgement of country.
New BHP Chair of Australian Studies at Peking University
(8 August 2018) I welcome the appointment of Professor Pookong Kee as the next BHP Chair of Australian Studies at Peking University. Today, the Foundation for Australian Studies in China (FASIC) announced Professor Kee’s appointment, which will commence in Beijing in early 2019.
New website for Chinese business events in Australia
(24 July 2018) A new look website aims to attract more Chinese business events and visitors to Australia, boosting traveller numbers from our largest inbound visitor market.
Australian Ambassador Jan Adams' Speech to the APEC China CEO Forum 2018
(6 July 2018) Australia will continue its global leadership role in driving trade and investment liberalisation and will continue as a steadfast partner in promoting APEC’s future success.
Remarks to the Australia China Business Council by Prime Minister of Australia
(19 June 2018)The Australia-China Relationship gets stronger and stronger. It is built on so many connections.
National Press Club address by Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment
(6 June 2018) Devonport, in North Western Tasmania, is a long way from the tumult that seems to characterise today’s global trade policy debates.
Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment's Speech at AustCham Westpac Australia-China Business Awards, Shanghai
(17 May 2018) It's a pleasure to be here in Shanghai tonight for the Westpac Australia-China Business awards. This is now my fourth official visit to Shanghai, and my 13th official visit to China. I'm pleased to say it will not be my only visit this year.
Media release from Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment: Visit to China
(16 May 2018) This week I will travel to Shanghai to advance preparations for Australia’s participation in the China International Import Expo (CIIE); and attend Asia’s largest food and beverage exhibition, SIAL China. This will be my 13th official visit to China over the past three years.
AFP media release: Scam warning: fake ‘virtual kidnapping’ scam targets Chinese Australians
(11 May 2018) The Australian Federal Police (AFP) is warning the public about a complex new international scam targeting the Chinese community in Australia.
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