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ATI Newswire - latest updates

May 26, 2015

SHANGHAI - The Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) has established the world’s largest gold fund in China’s northwest city of Xi’an, to involve countries along the ancient Silk Road, according to State-owned media sources in China. About 60 countries are invested in the fund, which will facilitate gold purchases by central banks of member States to increase their gold holdings.




May 26, 2015

BEIJING – ANZ Bank says China’s housing sales picked up strongly in the past two months, led by the first-tier cities, and that this rebound could help boost investment growth.




May 26, 2015

SYDNEY - Dramatic structural changes drove strong shifts in the sector, number and types of deals being made by Chinese investors in Australia during 2014, according to a just released report by KPMG Australia, the University of Sydney Business School and China Studies Centre.




May 25, 2015

TAIPEI - The third round of discussions between the heads of Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council and China’s Taiwan Affairs Office, held in Kinmen County (Quemoy) have ended in agreement on a number of key issues between MAC Minister, Andrew Hsia, and his TAO counterpart, Zhang Zhijun.




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HKABA NSW Chapter Business Awards

June 5, 2015

Entries are now open for the Hong Kong Australia Business Association NSW Chapter 2015 Business Awards to celebrate excellence in international trade between Australia and Hong Kong/China.
 
Entrants compete in four categories – Export of Goods/Services; Import of Goods/Services; Business Excellence; and Business Development.
 
In conjunction with these Awards, the HKABA is also offering a Young Professionals Alliance Award to encourage and recognise the achievements of a young professional.
 

Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney to host Australia-China Business Week events

August 6, 2015

Australia - China Business Week events will be held in Adelaide (Adelaide Convention Centre, July 10), Brisbane  (Hilton Hotel, July 16) and Sydney (Four Seasons Hotel, August 5-6).

More than 150 delegates are expected in Adelaide, and more than 200 in Brisbane, where the focus will be on tourism, agribusiness, financial services and property. In Sydney, where Australia China Business Week is now in its eighth year, an estimated 1,400 delegates will attend over two days.  http://abf.events/