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Two paths to perfect China export partners Chinese consumers’ taste for premium imported products provides lucrative prospects for exporters, but up against global competition, Australian companies such as Nutrition Care and Brownes Dairy say they needed the right local partner to succeed. One of Australia’s oldest vitamins manufacturers is experiencing …
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Aussie oranges squeeze into China’s citrus market Producing some of Australia’s juiciest oranges, Gunnible Pastoral Company has expanded its business into Asia with the help of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA). Gunnible Pastoral Company at Gunnedah NSW has been producing Salustiana oranges for 12 years on the Hoddle family …
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Australian Honey Creates a Buzz in China Located in regional New South Wales, Superbee has been packaging delicious home-grown honey for three generations. With the increasing popularity of its honey in China, the company is experiencing significant growth thanks to its exports to North Asia. Superbee has been packaging 100 …
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Aussie retailers ramping up Alipay marketing Up to 57,000 retailers in Australia and New Zealand will be given the opportunity to target Chinese tourists with discounts and offers prior to their arrival, under a new marketing arrangement through payments providers Smartpay and Incentiapay using Alibaba Group’s payments platform Alipay. Under the …
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Why stronger ties with China are in our best interests If the narrative in Chinese media is anything to go by, there is growing angst concerning Australia’s diplomatic language towards China and why confrontation and suspicion rather than cooperation seems to have intensified. China is lauded as Australia’s key trade …
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Comment: What price will Chinese importers be willing to pay for live cattle? Adam Giles from Hancock Prospecting told a live cattle forum in Townsville that the company was aiming to export 150,000 head of live cattle to China by the end of 2018 with possibilities this number could increase …
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Chinese online shoppers show strong demand for Australian goods The vast majority of Chinese online shoppers are likely to buy at least one Australian product in the next year, new research commissioned by FedEx Express in Australia shows. According to the survey, which targeted 18-44-year-old online shoppers living in Beijing, Shanghai, …
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Australian cherries: Deal allows airfreighting to China CHINA is ripe for the picking for Australian cherry producers. The Federal Government last week announced it had struck a deal to allow fresh cherries from Australia’s mainland to be airfreighted there. The move, announced as part of market access reforms that will …
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Often one of the first pieces of advice a western businessperson hears when they seek to do business in China is to have a strong network, more commonly known in the People’s Republic as a guanxi. However, what is not as commonly known is how to select the right person …
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BEIJING, April 18 (Xinhua) — China will substantially reduce restrictions for foreign investors to further open up the economy, an official with the nation’s top economic planner said Wednesday. A new negative list on foreign investment nationwide will impose a much smaller number of restrictions and unveil opening-up measures in …
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