Lunch n Learn Webinar - Strained Relations
The current trade war with China and what it means for Australia
As we leave the Year of the Water Rat for the Metal Oxen, we leave behind a year of anxiety and change for one of hard work and stability.
In addition to the problems forced on Australia by the global pandemic, relations between China and Australia soured and that has impacted the Australian economy, China is the home for more than 30% of all our exports, and is responsible for more than $200 million of trade, and this mini trade war is hurting businesses in Australia, from wine to real estate.
To better understand what is happening, where it may end and maybe some tips on navigating the maze, we've put together a panel of experts on trading with China for our next Lunch n Learn session.
ABOUT OUR PANELISTS