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Australia & China: Future Partnerships 2011

Australia & China: Future Partnerships 2011

In the future it will be difficult, if not impossible, to have a strong global or domestic business without a strong China business relationship, concludes new collaborative research from KPMG in Australia and the University of Sydney China Studies Centre into the future of reciprocal trade between Australia and China.


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Key insights

  • Potential changes to regulatory restrictions on overseas investments by Chinese companies could prove a dramatic game changer.
  • China wants to develop and finance Australian resources and infrastructure.
  • China is beginning to place more emphasis on Chinese private corporate investment in Australia.
  • There is potential for China, Japan and Australia to fully develop the respective advantages of their resources industries and agree on the structure of collaboration – such as a new 24-hour resources commodities trading centre.
  • Australia is currently a target country for Chinese banks' drive to head abroad.

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