AUSTRALIAN BUSINESS SHRUGS OFF CHINA TENSIONS

AUSTRALIAN BUSINESS SHRUGS OFF CHINA TENSIONS

Former trade minister Andrew Robb said while the political relationship had been "toxic" in recent years, Chinese officials were more concerned about diversifying away from a reliance on US markets than punishing Australia.

Speech: Brexit and Australia

Speech: Brexit and Australia

Why I’m cheering for the Brexiteers, and why this Brexit issue won’t go away no matter what happens this time around.

Robb urges deeper ASEAN ties as buffer against US-China tensions

Robb urges deeper ASEAN ties as buffer against US-China tensions

Australia must deepen political ties with Southeast Asian countries to “stop us from being the meat in the sandwich” and bullied by the US and China, former trade minister Andrew Robb has warned amid escalating tensions over the trade war.

Libs’ homework ruled out any repeat of 2016

Libs’ homework ruled out any repeat of 2016

The Prime Minister’s performance was obviously instrumental in May’s election victory; however, he couldn’t have done it without the meticulous preparation of the party organisation.

ANDREW ROBB AWARDED 2019 AUSTCHAM PRESIDENT’S AWARD

ANDREW ROBB AWARDED 2019 AUSTCHAM PRESIDENT’S AWARD

Andrew Robb has received the 2019 AustCham President’s Award, awarded to an individual or association who has made a significant contribution to the Australian and Singaporean business community…

Companies must look offshore for growth

Companies must look offshore for growth

While we do well delivering our services like higher education and tourism at home to foreigners, if Australia is to continue its economic prosperity we need to take these world-class offerings to Asia.

Australia-Latin America, China-Latin America Mining Cooperation

Australia-Latin America, China-Latin America Mining Cooperation

Global demand for resources continues to grow, a trend that is expected to continue over the coming decades. This is being driven by population growth and the expansion of a more aspirant middle class in developing and emerging economies.

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.