Bring the Cold War parties together

Bring the Cold War parties together

The imminent federal election must see our major political parties explain how they would position Australia to influence the emerging Cold War – fought in the domain of technology - between the US and China.

WE'RE HIRING! ENTRY LEVEL INVESTMENT ANALYST

WE'RE HIRING! ENTRY LEVEL INVESTMENT ANALYST

The Robb Group, based in Sydney CBD, is a family office that focuses on corporate consulting and investment banking style advisory services to the wholesale corporate market.

The Importance of a Free and Open Trading Environment

The Importance of a Free and Open Trading Environment

As the developed world comes to recognise and accept the inevitable and substantial competitive forces coming from the developing world in the decades ahead, the tens of millions of small and medium businesses who will drive much of the growth must be resolute in demanding continued opening up of their economies, if the huge potential of the developing world is to be realised.

The Point: ChAFTA secures increase in China-Australia trade

The Point: ChAFTA secures increase in China-Australia trade

“China opened up to so many services in health, education, and water management…in hundreds of areas,” Robb said, adding that these areas are Australia's particular strength, expecting “enthusiasm” over further opportunities at home.

Robb warns of trade war currency turmoil

Robb warns of trade war currency turmoil

At the Sino-International Entrepreneurs Summit in Wuhan, Mr Robb said 2019 would be a year of continued uncertainty and “global headwinds to growth” as a result of President Trump’s trade barriers and his “attack on the global supply chain”.

Food investments ‘ripe for picking’ by Chinese

Food investments ‘ripe for picking’ by Chinese

Chinese investors in Australia attending a Sino-Australasian entrepreneurs’ summit have been told that the food and agricultural sector is “ripe for the picking” with local superannuation funds remaining reluctant to invest.

In the studio with Andrew Robb

In the studio with Andrew Robb

There are tensions over Australian access to the Chinese market and Chinese influence in Australia. Former trade minister Andrew Robb has contradicted the government's claims it's a media beat-up.

THE GLOBAL FORCES SHAPING AUSTRALIAN MINING

THE GLOBAL FORCES SHAPING AUSTRALIAN MINING

My simple thesis tonight is that an unprecedented and unexpected surge in demand from one country, China, drove the mining boom, and further new demand from China, and other countries in our region, can sustain such growth for several decades if we play our cards correctly.