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The impact of U.S.-China trade war on Australia

As the trade war between China and the United States continues to escalate, which country can benefit from it has been widely discussed. As a developed country, Australia can’t fill the trade gap between China and America, because most of the manufactured goods are the main target of trade war however Australia did not export those goods. Developing countries like Vietnam will benefit because they can export manufactured goods to the U.S. instead of China.

In the short term, it is natural resources, such as liquefied natural gas(LNG), that Australia stands to gain from the trade war. Australia replaces the United States to export LNG to China at a lower price. But in the long run, a trade war would lead to recession in both countries’ economic environment, resulting in less opportunity for those other countries who fill the gap like less demand for Australia LNG. Therefore, U.S.-China trade war will not have a huge impact on Australia.

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Ausmate is preparing for the terms and conditions with an Gorilla Australia.

Recently, Ausmate headquarter ar preparing for the terms and conditions with an Gorilla Australia who is engaged in power drinks, and started a talk about future cooperation intention with Gorilla Australia on April 30th. Gorilla is science-backed nutrient powered drinks to help athletes reach peak performance. It is rich in vitamins and electrolytes, contains no artificial colors and sweeteners. The project is still under negotiation and is expected to be completed in the later stage.

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Australia’s supermarket chains play a pivotal role in the Australian food retail industry

“Supermarkets and Food Stores” is the most important sales department in the Australian food retail industry. Australia’s four supermarket chains are a major part of Australia’s “supermarkets and food stores”. From distribution to sales, Australia’s food retail industry is dominated by four major supermarket chains. The four supermarket chains are Australian state-owned Woolworths, Coles Group’s supermarket chain Coles, and Franklins, which is mainly in the Canberra region and rural New South Wales, and Aldi Supermarkets, a German food retail discount store. Australia’s supermarket chains play a pivotal role in the Australian food retail industry.

At present, Ausmate is also actively seeking cooperation with large supermarkets in Australia to provide more sales channels for clients.

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Bigshot sparking wine is entering Chinese market

Bigshot is a kind of wine-based party sparkling wine. It is made from 90% of the Chardonnay grape in the Barossa Valley, a world-famous wine producing region. It blends 10% alcohol and has low alcohol content. The refreshing, rich Australian fruit aroma and unique personality of the wine make it very popular among young Australians. At present, Ausmate has assisted Bigshot in the export of Australian customs, preparing materials for entering Chinese market and completing customs procedures. Bigshot’s products are now available on the Alibaba TrustPass platform.

Seize the opportunity and consult with us for Bigshot if you are interested in wine!

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The establishment of China Free Trade Zone promotes China-Australia cooperation

The Free Trade Zone(FRZ)is a class of special economic zone which  can provide the specific customs regulation on  imported goods, and  preferential policies on income taxes and other investment policies for the member countries of the agreement. The purpose is to eliminate tariff barriers and promote the trade between the member countries. Chinese Free Trade Zones  provide special exemptions from  foreign investment restrictions, promote the free flow of goods, services, capital, technology, personnel and other factors of production, liberalize trade and investment, complement each other’s advantages and foster economy activity.

As of April 30, 2017, China has opened 12 special economic zones for FRZ, including pilot  Free Trade Zones in Shanghai, Guangdong province, Liaoning province and Zhejiang province. Meanwhile, Ausmate has set up branches in China where the pilot zones are located, which enhances the effectiveness and convenience of goods flow between Australia and China. Under the leadership of national policies, Ausmate have promoted the smooth development of bilateral trade and accelerated trade cooperation between supply and demand.

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Ausmate will hold the “China-Australia Dalian Free Trade Zone Roundtable Conference ”in May.

Ausmate will hold the “China-Australia Dalian Free Trade Zone Roundtable Conference” in Dalian Free Trade Zone, China from May 10th to 11th, 2019 to expand the company’s business and promote Sino-Australian trade cooperation. Invited guests include the Australian Chamber of Commerce, Australian manufacturers, Chinese customers and the Ausmate’s branch in China. The roundtable conference is about how to promote the collaboration between China and Australia, which will activate the cooperation between the governments and chambers of commerce and enhance the connection between manufacturers and governments. Ausmate will create a better platform for more and better collaboration between China and Australia through the roundtable conference in the future.


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The Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation was successfully held

The Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation was held in Beijing on April 27 this year.mThe Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation was held in Beijing on April 27 this year. A total of 40 countries and leaders of international organizations attended and discussed the theme of “building ‘One Belt, One Road’ and creating a better future”. The successful holding of the forum will contribute to the strengthening of the connectivity and the expansion of the world economy, and will facilitate more cooperation and exchanges between China and Australia in the South Pacific region.

Reference: The Second Belt and Road Forum For International Cooperation Website.f

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Ausmate signed a contract with Australia consulting firm nem for collaboration in Canberra

Today, the Ausmate headquarters reached agreements and signed a contract with Adrian Au, the representative of nem in Canberra for extending Australian import and export related business.

nem is a leading mid-market consulting firm which was founded in 2001 in Australia by three former senior corporate executives and has grown to over 45 Partners with offices across Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. With a diverse and extensive network, nem can assess clients’ benefits in many areas, including Hotels &Tourism, Medical & Health, Professional & Financial Services, Manufacturing, Supply & Systems, Retail & Consumer Services and Government. The company focuses on providing customers with comprehensive services such as project evaluation and assessment.

nem combines its professional capabilities with relevant social networks to help clients achieve their business goals of generating profits and positive outcomes, building business value and identifing the hidden value of the business. nem behaves different from traditional consulting firms, it actively engages in preliminary negotiations with customers to discuss whether nem can provide genuine business assistance in the future at the initial stage of collaboration.

The collaboration of Ausmate and nem can provide enterprises with more professional and accurate consulting services about import and export, and assist trade partners to develop market resources and future potential.

Seize the opportunity and consult with us for your business to expand and grow in the International market!