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China Australia Business Congress 2009
China Australia Business Congress 2009

Sydney, Mar 9, 2009 AEST (ABN Newswire) - Association & Communication Events have announced the launch of the China Australia Business Congress 2009 to be held on the 19/20 May 2009 in Sydney, Australia.

About the Congress

The Congress will highlight opportunities for Australian businesses considering trading, importing, exporting, manufacturing/outsourcing and investing in the greater China region.

With China being the largest trading partner to Australia, it is important for SME business owners to understand how to export their goods/services into the region. The Congress also serves as a valuable update for existing businesses already trading with China.

Business owners will be given the chance to learn from a plethora of highly qualified and motivated speakers from Government, industry and business who will help businesses understand how to: Protect Intellectual Property; Mitigate Risk; Gather information about Tax, Legal and Government assistance; Review latest Import / Export legislation; Learn from businesses successfully trading in China; Hear about new opportunities and industry growth sectors; Make new contacts.
For those who are serious about doing business with China and want to network with like minded business people and advisors, attend the China Australia Business Congress 2009.


The China Australia Business Congress 2009 is delighted to announce the latest confirmed speakers into the programme:

- His Excellency Zhang Junsai, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to the Commonwealth of Australia

- The Honourable Ian MacDonald MLC, Minister for State Development, Minister for Primary Industries, Minister for Energy, Minister for Mineral Resources, Government of New South Wales.

The Congress now has the participation of senior Government officials from both China and Australia who are committed to strengthening the future bilateral partnership between the two nations. Australia's economy depends on its trade and mutual investment with the rest of the world. To strengthen business for the future, timing for entering into this crucial market has never been better.

To attend the China Australia Business Congress 2009, for more information or to register for this event please visit:


Peter Evans
Tel: +61-2-8908-8538

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