Newly confirmed Premier Li Keqiang is a man in a big hurry. As the economic tsar of more than 1.3 billion people, the 57-year-old technocrat is tasked with liberalizing an economic structure that is still burdened with a huge state sector as well as heavy-handed government fiats, writes Willy Lam.
Chinese investment into Australian wineries can only be beneficial for the industry as a whole, writes Jeremy Oliver.
Australian Born Chinese, Chris Wang was one of the first Australians to participate in bilateral trade missions between China and Australia after the two countries established diplomatic ties in December 1972.
Now is the time to convert the Asian Century White Paper aspirations into action plans, writes AustCham Beijing Chairman David Olsson.
The significant revamp of Australia’s business migration programme in July 2012 will not deliver the short-term results the government had hoped for, writes Maurene Horder.