Australia - champion of free trade

Australia - champion of free trade

WA
Nov 28
CEDA’s latest research, Australia’s place in the world, examines the nation's position in the world with respect to threats to global security, global governance, and the global economy.

Speakers

Andrea Gleason, State Director, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Western Australia State Office
Professor Peter Robertson, Dean of UWA Business School, The University of Western Australia

Event overview

This event will explore themes on the global economy, the economic opportunities and challenges for Australia in the Indo-Pacific region and, with one in five Australian jobs dependent on trade, Australia’s role as a champion of free trade.

Additional exploration of the links between economic regional partners including; China, India, Indonesia and East Asia will be part of the discussion. Opportunities to ask questions and understand opportunities for Australia and Western Australia will be promoted.

A complimentary copy of the research will be available at the event.
 

Meet the speakers

Andrea Gleason
State Director, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Western Australia State Office

Professor Peter Robertson
Dean of UWA Business School, The University of Western Australia

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