China-Australia FTA "delivering" for Australia: China Trade Minister

China-Australia FTA "delivering" for Australia: China Trade Minister
"Between January and March 2016, Chinese imports of Australian bottled wine grew more than 60 percent compared to the same period 12 months previously, to reach 160 million U.S. dollars, as tariffs were cut twice, from 14 percent to 8.4 percent," Ciobo …
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India is the 5th biggest exporter of fake goods; China on top
India is the fifth biggest exporter of fake goods globally, while China is on the top with a huge 63% share in the estimated half-a-trillion dollar worldwide imports of counterfeit and pirated goods. China is followed by Turkey, Singapore, Thailand and …
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CeBIT Australia 2016 showcases technology

CeBIT Australia 2016 showcases technology
The Sydney-based Australian China trade fair attracts business technology professionals, analysts, start-ups, angel investors, software and hardware companies. This year CeBIT will host 10 conferences and feature 300 exhibitors and 82 start-ups over three days.
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SAGA reps attend trade fair in Germany
SAGA CEO Joy Thrash and Economic Development Executive Director Bob Joyce, along with 200,000 other attendees from around the world, will be a part of the annual industrial China trade fair, Hannover Messe. The fair begins Sunday and will wrap up Friday.
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Mpofu to approach Diaspora, Brics soon
Speaking at the Zimbabwe International China Trade Fair (ZITF) business conference, Mpofu said the government would soon visit countries such as Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS). ‚ÄúPlans are advanced for us to visit BRICS countries to …
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The Morning Download: Facebook at Work Growth Driven by International Chinese Companies
That revenue figure puts the services business at roughly the size of Time Warner Cable Inc. The message: Apple has loyal customers who regularly China trade in one iPhone for another, and live much of their digital lives through Apple's web of services …
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