Australia

Chinese Explosives Maker Pulls Trigger on Australian Constructor Takeover

Chinese Explosives Maker Pulls Trigger on Australian Constructor Takeover

One of China’s leading manufacturers of civil explosive equipment will acquire an Australian firm as part of efforts to gain a foothold in the international mine-blasting sector.

Aug 10, 2018
Tang Shihua
Tasly to Invest in Australian Stem Cell R&D Firm, Bring New Drugs to China

Tasly to Invest in Australian Stem Cell R&D Firm, Bring New Drugs to China

Tasly Pharmaceutical Group will invest USD20 million in Mesoblast, an Australian stem cell technology research and development company, and introduce…

Jul 18, 2018
Tang Shihua
Future Is Bright for China, Ex-Australian Ambassador Says

Future Is Bright for China, Ex-Australian Ambassador Says

Future Is Bright for China, Ex-Australian Ambassador Says

Jul 17, 2018
Xu Wei
Ofo to Exit Australia, a Non-Priority Market

Ofo to Exit Australia, a Non-Priority Market

 One of China's two biggest dockless bike operators will wind up its Australia operations since the country was not included in a recent list of priority overseas markets.

Jul 13, 2018
Qiu Zhili
Chinese Cabinet Maker Eyes Australian Market With USD5 Million Investment

Chinese Cabinet Maker Eyes Australian Market With USD5 Million Investment

Major Chinese cabinet maker ZBOM will acquire a 47 percent stake in established kitchen furniture maker IJF Australia for AUD6.7 million (USD5 million) as part of efforts to expand overseas.

Jul 13, 2018
Tang Shihua
Australia’s Free Trade Pact With China Proves Beneficial, Minister Says

Australia’s Free Trade Pact With China Proves Beneficial, Minister Says

Australia's and China’s free trade agreement is showing its advantages, said Steven Ciobo, Australia's minister for trade, tourism and investment.

Jun 29, 2018
Xu Wei
Australia Goes to Great Lengths to Prevent Huawei’s Involvement in Business Projects

Australia Goes to Great Lengths to Prevent Huawei’s Involvement in Business Projects

Australia has agreed to finance the construction of an undersea internet cable from Sydney to the Solomon Islands to prevent…

Jun 20, 2018
Xu Wei
Huawei Dismisses Australia’s Security Concerns as ‘Ill-Informed’

Huawei Dismisses Australia’s Security Concerns as ‘Ill-Informed’

Huawei Technologies, the world’s biggest producer of telecoms equipment, has labeled as ‘ill-informed’ an Australian government claim that the Chinese…

Jun 20, 2018
Li Na
Didi Takes Ride-Sharing Race to Melbourne

Didi Takes Ride-Sharing Race to Melbourne

Chinese ride-hailing titan Didi Chuxing plans to roll out services in Melbourne, Australia’s second-largest city, as it continues to expand…

Jun 15, 2018
Xu Wei
Heir to Li Ka-shing Plans to Spend USD10 Bln to Acquire Australia's Gas Pipeline Firm APA

Heir to Li Ka-shing Plans to Spend USD10 Bln to Acquire Australia's Gas Pipeline Firm APA

Heir to Li Ka-shing Plans to Spend USD10 Bln to Acquire Australia's Gas Pipeline Firm APA. Victor Li Tzar-kuoi showed…

Jun 14, 2018
Liao Shumin
China’s Foreign Ministry Questions Australian Wine Import Delays

China’s Foreign Ministry Questions Australian Wine Import Delays

China’s foreign ministry has questioned reports that customs authorities are holding up imports of wine from Australia, with which the country shares a free-trade partnership.

Jun 7, 2018
Xu Wei
Kweichow Moutai Pours USD450,000 Into Australian Scholarship Scheme

Kweichow Moutai Pours USD450,000 Into Australian Scholarship Scheme

China’s leading premium liquor producer China Kweichow Moutai Distillery Group has set up a USD450,000 scholarship program at the University…

Jun 1, 2018
Xu Wei