The longstanding agricultural cooperation between Australia and China was highlighted at the inaugural Australia-China State-Province Agricultural Business Forum held on 12 September 2017.
The Government has popped the cork on a $50 million, three year plan to increase the value of wine exports up to a record $3.5 billion and promote wine tourism in regional communities.
Coffs Harbour based NSW Professional Fishermen's Association will receive more than $11,500 from the Australian Government's Australia-China Agriculture Cooperation Agreement to undertake a trade mission to China to boost seafood exports.
AgForce will be part of a high-powered business delegation travelling to Hong Kong in September 2017 to accelerate and activate opportunities for agriculture in the Asian market.
A pick-up in China’s appetite for dairy imports will create trade growth opportunities for Australia, albeit largely in higher-end products, according to a visiting Chinese dairy expert.
Thirty Australian dairy industry representatives are in China on an Austrade-led trade mission to demonstrate their products, services and technology at the China Dairy Expo.
Coffs Harbour’s Professional Fishermen’s Association is receiving a $109,225 Australian Government grant to conduct a market study into the feasibility of shipping live eels to China using a specialised live seafood e-commerce platform.
Ten businesses from the Latrobe Valley and broader Gippsland area recently met face-to-face with some of China’s biggest companies as part of a Victorian Government trade mission that will help the region’s economy to diversify and grow.