Victorian trade mission to China
17 July 2012: The Premier of Victoria, The Hon Ted Baillieu MLA will lead Victorian organisations on a Super Trade Mission to China from 17 - 21 September 2012.
The Super Trade Mission to China will be the largest ever to leave Australia’s shores. China is Victoria’s largest trading partner and is a major engine of global economic growth. As China’s economy grows and its appetite for sophisticated consumer products develops, Victorian organisations offer a safe and superior range of goods and services for the China market.
Apply to attend the Super Trade Mission to China. Applications close Friday, 27 July 2012.
This historic mission will allow participants to gain a first-hand understanding of China’s market dynamics and give them the opportunity to showcase their organisation and forge new connections with potential qualified customers, business partners and investors.
This mission will strengthen the Victorian investment relationship with China significantly and generate substantial new opportunities for both economies, as well as additional exports and jobs for Victoria.
Participants will represent industries of strategic importance to both Victoria and China including: automotive, aviation and aerospace, cleantech, education, food and beverage, ICT, life sciences, mining equipment and technology services, professional services (including financial, carbon markets and healthcare), sustainable urban design and tourism.
Trade Mission Assistance Program
The Victorian Government will coordinate programmed events, site visits and business matching meetings. The direct cost to participants will include items such as airfares and accommodation. Eligible companies may be entitled to claim up to $3,000 towards expenses incurred under the Victorian Government Trade Mission Assistance Program (TMAP).
For more information about the China trade mission, clickhere