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Michael Sainsbury
November 20, 2017
The independence of Australian and other western universities with fully-fledged sister universities, joint ventures, campuses and research institutes in China...


Denham Sadler
November 14, 2017
The federal government’s recent focus on Australia’s cyber military capabilities is two decades too late and the country remains vulnerable to a ra...


James Riley
November 14, 2017
Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan will release an updated state innovation policy by the end of the year, but has cautioned against any expectations of la...


Michael Sainsbury
November 13, 2017
It’s a sign of the times that the two most expensive government projects in Australian history are squarely in the technology sector. Hot on the heels...


James Riley
November 12, 2017
Mid-way through the world’s biggest shopping festival seems a weird time to declare that Alibaba is no longer an eCommerce company, but that’s the ...


James Riley
November 11, 2017
On the eve of the Alibaba Group’s famous 11.11 global shopping festival, the world is battening down the hatches in preparation for a deluge of gigantic ...


Aimee Chanthadavong
November 10, 2017
Financial services industry regulators in Australia and China have signed an information sharing agreement that aims to “promote innovation in financial ...


Michael Sainsbury
November 2, 2017
It is already last month’s news that Chinese leader Xi Jinping emerged triumphant from the 19th Communist Party Congress as the effective one-man ruler &...


James Riley
October 12, 2017
Of all the things that are happening in the energy sector in Australia right now, the least talked about but most interesting relates to entrepreneurial innova...


James Riley
October 5, 2017
Former Victorian Premier and current Australian China Business Council (ACBC) national president John Brumby has backed Labor calls for a new plan for economic...


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