Saturday, 22 September 2012

Promote Your Economy to Audiences in China

The relationship between Australia and China and has grown considerably over the years. Both countries are actively engaged economically, culturally and politically.  Diplomatic relations between the two countries were established on 21 December 1972 and APEC, the East Asia Summit and the G20 are important current forums for dialogue and engagement.
Today, China is Australia's largest trading partner and has one of the largest foreign reserves in the world.   Corporations and government agencies in Australia make use of this financial capital to invest in infrastructure, and to develop energy and mineral exports to meet China's hunger for the resources that underpin its ongoing economic development.
The strength of the trade relationship between Australia and China is clearly reflected in the economic structure of resource rich regions such as the Pilbara in Western Australia (map).

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