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Beyond The Headlines-The Real Story of Australia-China Trade (Episode 6): A Question of Innovative Thinking

(People's Daily Online)    15:03, September 30, 2019
“Beyond The Headlines -The Real Story of Australia-China Trade” examines the intricacies of the China-Australia trade partnership through the lens of culture, relationships, and the geo-historical context, in order to shed light on stereotypes and misnomers and in doing so uncovers the next wave of opportunity and the new frontiers of engagement. As a 6 part TV series, each episode will discuss the question from different perspectives, but they will all present pathways for investors and cross-border trade. What's more, every episode will reveal the essence of China-Australia trade——relationships and the people themselves.

In this episode, a new generation of start-ups benefits from bilateral trade between China and Australia. The Australian Trade and Investment Commission is pushing ahead with plans for a maker base to bring Australian small and medium-sized start-ups to the Chinese market. The combination of Australian thinking and the Chinese market has created unicorns worth more than $1 billion, generating revenue for cross-border trade between the two countries. There are a group of ambitious Chinese who work hard and found a financial company AETOS together. As a leading financial transaction service provider in Australia, AETOS capital group is committed to providing a wide range of financial derivatives to retail customers and financial institutions around the world.

Another story in this episode is about game-changing thinking. Shanghai Huron Report has set up an international exchange club in Australia to promote the exchange of arts and culture between the people of the two countries. This club aims to bring people together from all over the world who are keen on China's bilateral relations to promote business and trade exchanges while giving back to society for charity.

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