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  1. search file icon1. Austrade's offices in China - Austrade offices    The location of Austrade's offices in China and links to further information. http://www.austrade.gov.au/About-Austrade/Offices/Austrades-offices-in-China  - Last Modified 16 Aug 2013
  2. search file icon2. China-Australia FTA set to enhance investment opportunities - 2014    The landmark China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) will help strengthen Australia’s attractiveness as an investment destination for Chinese investment and enhance the country’s position as a base for expansion in the Asian region. http://www.austrade.gov.au/invest/investor-updates/2014/china-australia-fta-set-to-enhance-investment-opportunities  - Last Modified 20 Nov 2014
  3. search file icon3. China-Australia Free Trade Agreement to improve market access for Australian education - Austrade update    Prime Minister Abbott and President Xi announced the conclusion of negotiations for the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement on 17 November. The agreement lays an historic foundation for the next phase of Australia’s economic relationship with China, and includes key outcomes for the international education sector. http://www.austrade.gov.au/education/news/austrade-update/china-australia-free-trade-agreement-to-improve-market-access-for-australian-education  - Last Modified 19 Nov 2014
  4. search file icon4. Conclusion of China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (Prime Minister) - 2014 Media Releases    As a result of my meeting with His Excellency Xi Jinping, President of the People’s Republic of China, in Canberra this morning, I am pleased to announce the completion of negotiations for a China-Australia Free Trade Agreement. http://www.austrade.gov.au/about-austrade/news/media-releases/2014/conclusion-of-china-australia-free-trade-agreement-prime-minister  - Last Modified 17 Nov 2014
  5. search file icon5. Landmark China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (Prime Minister) - 2014 Media Releases    The landmark China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) will unlock substantial new benefits for Australians for years to come. http://www.austrade.gov.au/about-austrade/news/media-releases/2014/landmark-china-australia-free-trade-agreement-prime-minister  - Last Modified 17 Nov 2014
  6. search file icon6. China’s Wanda Group to develop first five-star beachfront hotel in Surfers Paradise - 2014    Dalian Wanda Group, China’s largest five-star hotel owner, is investing US$900 million in a three-tower, five-star hotel and serviced apartment complex in Surfers Paradise on Australia’s popular Gold Coast. http://www.austrade.gov.au/invest/investor-updates/2014/china-s-wanda-group-to-develop-first-five-star-beachfront-hotel-in-surfers-paradise  - Last Modified 3 Sep 2014
  7. search file icon7. Australian universities invited to join China's 2014 International Graduate Scholarship Fair - Opportunities    The China Scholarship Council invites Australian universities to attend the 2014 International Graduate Scholarship Fair to meet top Chinese students and share graduate scholarship and fellowship information. The event is scheduled to take place in Beijing, Xi’an and Shanghai on 17–25 October 2014. http://www.austrade.gov.au/education/news/opportunities/australian-universities-invited-to-join-chinas-2014-international-graduate-scholarship-fair  - Last Modified 7 May 2014 MIP subscribers only
  8. search file icon8. Data Alert: Australia among China’s top three destinations for outbound investment - 2014    China’s merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in Australia has seen the highest growth since 2009, rising 34 per cent to US$7.7 billion in 2013, according to the latest PwC Trends in M&A report. http://www.austrade.gov.au/invest/investor-updates/2014/data-alert-australia-among-china-s-top-three-destinations-for-outbound-investment  - Last Modified 7 Apr 2014
  9. search file icon9. China’s demand for clean and safe dairy products behind A$70 million private investment  - 2014    A Hong Kong-based private investor has bought Australia's largest privately-owned dairy processor, United Dairy Power (UDP) in a move to capitalise on China’s growing demand for powdered milk products. The A$70 million purchase was made by William Hui, chairman of CD, DVD and video cassette manufacturer Swing Media Technology, which is listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange. http://www.austrade.gov.au/invest/investor-updates/2014/chinas-demand-for-clean-and-safe-dairy-products-behind-aud70-million-private-investment  - Last Modified 3 Oct 2014
  10. search file icon10. China’s Greenland Group plans billion dollar investment in Australia - 2014    Shanghai-based Greenland Holdings Group recently launched a property project worth over $600 million in Sydney, its first in Australia. This is part of a $1 billion expansion into the country, and includes a development near the Flemington Race Course in Melbourne with more expected to follow. http://www.austrade.gov.au/invest/investor-updates/2014/chinas-greenland-group-plans-billion-dollar-investment-in-australia  - Last Modified 12 Feb 2014
  11. search file icon11. China’s KCC chooses Australia for its first overseas hotel development - Success Stories    KCC’s decision to expand its hotel portfolio beyond its home market led the developer to Australia, where rising numbers of Chinese visitors signal growing demand for accommodation. http://www.austrade.gov.au/invest/doing-business-in-australia/success-stories/Chinas-KCC-chooses-Australia-for-its-first-overseas-hotel-development  - Last Modified 5 Feb 2014
  12. search file icon12. China’s KCC chooses Australia for first overseas hotel - 2013    KCC Real Estate Development Company has selected Australia as the location of its first hotel outside China in a tourism infrastructure investment totalling nearly A$20 million. http://www.austrade.gov.au/Invest/Investor-Updates/2013/1106-Chinas-KCC-chooses-Australia-for-first-overseas-hotel  - Last Modified 5 Nov 2013
  13. search file icon13. China’s robust travel activity signals infrastructure investment opportunities in Australia - 2013    Rising numbers of visitors from China have underscored opportunities for Chinese investment in Australia’s tourism infrastructure, according to the Australian Trade Commission’s (Austrade) representative in Shanghai. http://www.austrade.gov.au/Invest/Investor-Updates/2013/Chinas-robust-travel-activity-signals-infrastructure-investment-opportunities-in-Australia  - Last Modified 31 Oct 2013
  14. search file icon14. China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) - ChAFTA    Prime Minister Abbott and President Xi announced the conclusion of negotiations for the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) on 17 November 2014. The Agreement lays an historic foundation for the next phase of Australia’s economic relationship with China. http://www.austrade.gov.au/export/free-trade-agreements/chafta/chafta  - Last Modified 1 Dec 2014
  15. search file icon15. China’s Trina Solar opens an office in Australia - 2011    China solar manufacturer Trina Solar will open a new office in Sydney to enhance its business activities in Australia’s rapidly growing solar photovoltaic (PV) market. http://www.austrade.gov.au/Invest/Investor-Updates/2011/110520-China-s-Trina-Solar-opens-an-office-in-Australia  - Last Modified 30 May 2013
  16. search file icon16. Nominations open for 2014 AustCham Westpac Australia China Business Awards - Opportunities    The 21st AustCham Westpac Australia China Business Awards (ACBA) will be held on 29 May 2014 in Shanghai to celebrate and recognise business excellence across Australia and China. Nominations close on 18 March 2014. http://www.austrade.gov.au/education/news/opportunities/nominations-open-for-2014-austcham-westpac-australia-china-business-awards  - Last Modified 28 Feb 2014 MIP subscribers only
  17. search file icon17. Challenges for investment going out of China into Australia - News    Senior Trade Commissioner, Mr Dan Tebbutt,moderated the panel discussion on Chinese investment into Australia with Dominique Hogan-Doran, Barrister-at-Law, Sydney, Australia and Bruce Towart, Executive Director - Head of Portfolio Management - Asia, Westpac Banking Corporation at American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong on 15 January 2014. http://www.austrade.gov.au/Local-Sites/Hong-Kong/News/Challenges-for-investment-going-out-of-China-into-AustraliaChallenges-for-investment-going-out-of-China-into-Australia  - Last Modified 17 Jan 2014
  18. search file icon18. China Approved Destination Status (ADS) scheme     Approved Destination Status (ADS) is a bilateral tourism arrangement between the Chinese Government and a destination whereby Chinese tourists are permitted to undertake leisure travel in groups to that destination. http://www.austrade.gov.au/Tourism/Tourism-and-business/ADS/China-Approved-Destination-Status-ADS-scheme  - Last Modified 8 Dec 2014
  19. search file icon19. Engagement with China     China is Australia's largest inbound market by value, generating $3.8 billion in tourism export receipts in 2011–12. http://www.austrade.gov.au/Tourism/Policies/Engagement-with-China/Engagement-with-China  - Last Modified 16 Jul 2014
  20. search file icon20. Call for student success stories to profile Australian school education in China - Austrade update    Australian schools are invited to contribute student success stories for inclusion in a booklet being developed by Austrade as part of a China market initiative to support the promotion of Australian high schools in view of the ‘go younger and earlier’ trend in China. http://www.austrade.gov.au/Education/News/Opportunities/Call-for-student-success-stories-to-profile-Australian-school-education-in-China  - Last Modified 19 Nov 2013
  21. search file icon21. Registrations open for the 19th China International Education Exhibition Tour (CIEET) - Opportunities    In March 2014, Austrade will host the Australia Pavilion in Beijing and Chongqing at the 19th China International Education Exhibition Tour (CIEET), China’s premier marketing event for international education. Registrations are now open from institutions across all education sectors. http://www.austrade.gov.au/Education/News/Opportunities/Registrations-open-for-19th-China-International-Education-Exhibition-Tour-CIEET-  - Last Modified 8 Nov 2013 MIP subscribers only
  22. search file icon22. Growing numbers of Korean students are choosing China - Updates    The popularity of China as a study destination for Korean students is increasing. Since 2003, the number of South Koreans studying in China has more than doubled to 62 855 in 2012, while the US remains the top choice with 73 351 Korean students. In 2012, the UK and Australia were the fourth most popular destinations after Japan. http://www.austrade.gov.au/Education/News/Updates/Growing-numbers-of-Korean-students-are-choosing-China  - Last Modified 1 Oct 2013 MIP subscribers only
  23. search file icon23. Short police training course sought by police college in China - Opportunities    A Chinese police college is seeking a three-week training program in Australia for 20 students. The program is designed for select top students from the college to develop a general overview of policing and jurisdiction-related affairs in Australia and to learn the best professional practice from Australian police counterparts. http://www.austrade.gov.au/Education/News/Opportunities/Short-police-training-course-sought-by-police-college-in-China  - Last Modified 1 Oct 2013 MIP subscribers only
  24. search file icon24. Austrade China Education Events Calendar 2013–14 - Updates    Austrade has compiled a China Education Event Calendar as a guide for Australia education providers to plan their marketing and recruitment activities in China. The calendar covers key Australia-related education events from September 2013 to the second half of 2014. http://www.austrade.gov.au/Education/News/Updates/Austrade-China-Education-Event-Calendar-2013-14  - Last Modified 2 Oct 2013 MIP subscribers only
  25. search file icon25. China Careers Fair in Australia links graduates with major companies - Austrade update    A total of 1480 Chinese graduate students attended the Australia China Careers Fair, which took place in three Australian cities last week. Organised by Austrade in conjunction with Zhaopin.com, one of China’s largest human resource service providers, the Australian fairs precede the upcoming China Careers Fair, to be held in Guangzhou in November. http://www.austrade.gov.au/Education/News/Austrade-update/China-Careers-Fair-in-Australia-links-graduates-with-major-companies  - Last Modified 27 Sep 2013

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