The never-ending static of Australia’s divisive public debate on China obscures a rather different story of determination within the Morrison government. The Prime Minister appears
Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Dan Tehan today launched Asia Taskforce’s final report A Second Chance: How Team Australia can succeed in Asia. The report,
The latest “us-versus-them” drama shows China sees little chance of mending ties with the West, for now at least. When China’s nationalist outrage machine took
China’s plant-based protein market is growing strongly. According to Austrade advisors in China, the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of plant-based proteins among consumers.
Austrade is developing a new searchable database for students around the world to find their nearest Study Australia option leading to studies in Australia. To
The trade and investment relationship between Australia and India will be strengthened by the launch today of the Australia India Business Exchange (AIBX). The AIBX
2020 JETRO Survey on Business Conditions of Japanese Companies Operating Overseas (Asia and Oceania). The survey found business confidence worsened due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Ships carrying Australian coal stranded off the coast of China have become an apt symbol of the recent deterioration in relations between the two countries.
China’s yearly National People’s Congress (NPC), which convened last week in Beijing, generated more attention than usual. Most of the headlines focused on the confab’s decisions