What China’s rebound means for Australian business

What China’s rebound means for Australian business


Melinda Cilento, Chief Executive, CEDA
Doug Ferguson, NSW Chairman and Head of Asia & International Markets, KPMG
Professor Jane Golley, Director, Australian Centre on China in the World, Australian National University

Event overview

Companies, regions and entire sectors will need deliberate strategies that can withstand rapidly changing economic conditions for re-engaging in Chinese markets.

Despite a range of supply disruptions throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, a number of trade lines to China including Australia’s resources exports, have remained resilient.

With daily signs that the Chinese economy is gradually re-opening, Australian businesses and policymakers must ensure critical lines of commerce between Australia and China can recover well, while also remaining cognisant of the impacts of shifting geopolitical fault lines and what that means for the future of our relationship with China.