Make a direct connection with Shandong businesses

The Department of State Development has posted an article on its blog about SASD Connect, and the potential opportunities the website provides for businesses in South Australia and Shandong.

“During the April China Business Mission, Minister Hamilton-Smith and Minister Brock …

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Welcoming China

The Port Lincoln Times newspaper has written an article covering the recent trip to China by Eyre Peninsula representatives, including delegates from RDA Whyalla & Eyre Peninsula and the City of Port Lincoln.

“EYRE Peninsula is aiming to position itself …

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Opportunity in the Murraylands and Riverland region

Regional Development Australia Murraylands and Riverland (RDAMR) Inc. are looking to create opportunities for further development and investment in the region’s growing luxury accommodation and experience tourism industry.

In a growing tourism market which brings over $240 million combined revenue …

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Women in business join Lady Mayoress in Qingdao

Sixty five prominent business women from Adelaide and Qingdao attended an Adelaide City Council networking event in Qingdao on Thursday to share their stories and identify collaboration opportunities.

City of Adelaide businesses were given an opportunity to tell our friends …

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School ties strengthen sister city relationship

A Memorandum of Understanding between Pulteney Grammar School and Qingdao-based Huangdao District Taihang Road Primary School has been signed in Qingdao.

It cements an exciting partnership that will provide a range of mutually beneficial education outcomes for both city-based schools.…

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Major agreement between City of Onkaparinga and China ratified

The City Of Onkaparinga is playing a significant role attracting economic growth and foreign investment to the southern region of Adelaide, South Australia by taking a leading part in the Premier’s Outbound Mission to Shandong Province and visiting one of …

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New website to strengthen ties with China

A bilingual website will be introduced this week in Shandong to facilitate two-way trade and investment between South Australian businesses and their Shandong counterparts.

The website was developed by the LGA in partnership with the Australia China Business Council (ACBC-SA) …

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Local government supporting small business in China

Delegates from 19 of South Australia’s councils will head to China to represent and support local industry and strengthen economic ties with SA’s largest and most significant trading partner.

LGA President, Dave Burgess says it’s critical for the state’s economy …

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Adelaide City Huanying Ni!

Adelaide City Council is undertaking a pilot project with the Australian China Business Council (ACBC) to help city businesses become better prepared for growth in inbound Chinese tourists.

The project will run from April to June and will see up …

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Western Adelaide health cluster has strong presence at China business mission

Approximately half of the businesses involved in the Australia China Aged Care Consortium will participate in the Premier’s outbound mission to Shandong in April.

The Consortium is made up of over 30 businesses from Adelaide’s western region, and was initiated …

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