Education Survey Report – 25th February 2021

  Australian Chamber of Commerce Beijing: Education Survey Report – 25th February 2021   BEIJING, 25th February 2021— The majority of Australian-China education businesses reported a decrease in business confidence and deteriorating attitudes towards Australian education in China. The following key findings are derived from a recent survey conducted by AustCham China, from Education focused …

Member Highlight | Chinese Economy During SARS,COVID-19

Chinese Economy Took a Hit During SARS,  COVID-19 Could Knock It Over Opinion By Dr. Ouyang Hui and Ye Dongyan Dr. Ou-Yang Hui if the Dean’s Distinguished Chair Professor of Finance, Associate Dean  for EMBA and a Professor of Economics at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business Ye Dongyan is a researcher at the Financial …

The Ins and Outs of COVID-19: An Interview with Dr. Roo Changizi

With the ongoing epidemic outbreak of the novel coronavirus pneomonia (COVID-19) a lot of questions still remain regarding what the virus is, how it is spread, how it is treated, and the general guidelines of what to do if we begin to show symptoms. With the ongoing uncertainty, it is always helpful to get professional insight into …

Talking Points | Financial Services

In today’s talking points, we consider the implications of the lowered Chinese lending rate on the greater Australian economy. The reforms, originally intended to lower corporate borrowing costs, has increased speculation that Beijing will continue to drive lower borrowing costs to maintain current economic activity levels. Economists believe that this minimal reduction in lending rates …

MEMBER NEWS | Beijing’s new airport chooses Emaar Properties for $11 billion project

Written by Out-Law, Pinsent Masons Beijing New Aeropolis Holdings (BNA) has chosen Emaar Properties to develop an $11 billion project as part of Beijing’s new international airport development. Emaar Properties, Dubai’s largest listed real estate developer, will develop five square kilometres of land within the Aero-Economic of Area Beijing Daxing International Airport. Construction work on Beijing …

TALKING POINTS | ENERGY 02/07/2019

    In today’s talking points, China continues to dominate investment in the renewable energy sector, and the world’s largest waste-to-energy plant is in development in Shenzhen. Australian and Chinese Universities continue strong collaboration to solve household energy issues, and Australia’s largest solar plant is in construction using Chinese tech. China is the world’s biggest …