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News Analysis: Likonomics

Li Keqiang’s economic reforms are being dubbed ‘Likenomics’, but the success of any economic reforms in China hinge on doing away with embedded old practices within the top echelons of the country’s bureaucracy, writes Willy Lam.

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AustCham Shanghai: An AGM to remember

AustCham Shanghai Chairman Peter Arkell reflects on the organisation’s recent AGM, which included a key note address by former Australian Prime Minister, John Howard.

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AustCham Hong Kong and Macau: Chinese Property Investment in Australia – The Wave Will Continue

Chinese developers and investors are slowly but surely increasing their interests in Australia, and with the introduction of the Significant Investor Visa and the depreciating Australian dollar, the trend is likely to increase, writes AustCham Hong Kong and Macau board director, Randall Hall.

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AustCham Beijing: Looking to the Future

As the economic, cultural and social ties between Australia and China continue their increasing and positive progress forward, it may now be timely to consider what more can be done to enhance and strengthen those relationships, writes AustCham Beijing Chief Executive Officer, Ross Bundey.
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Asialink: Internships will help build Asia skills

If Australia is serious about its position in the Asian century, more opportunities for Asian-based internships need to be available for Australian students and graduates, writes Asialink’s Huw Pohlner.

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Publisher’s Letter: Here we go again!

At two recent events in Melbourne – one hosted by the Australian Business Forum and the other the Australia China Business Council – we listened to learned economists debating the current and future economic status of China and how it will affect Australia.