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ACBC Tasmania Newsletter March 2020

A packed newsletter with details on Tasmanian and Australain Government COVID-19 business support inforation, freight and legal updates, as well as ACBC blog articles and podcast.

China In Touch, 25 March 2020, Issue 273

Restore, Repair, Revive, Resuscitate or Remodel? These 5 R’s define business investment decisions and are a precondition for the big R – Recovery.  Examination of Chinas’ economic and business response provides clues to how local businesses may survive, and to which businesses are better investments at current sell-down prices. Western economies can and must learn from China’s experience. Remodel is a major driver. The Chinese e-commerce site Taobao added 1 million new merchants during the China lockdown.   Ali-Health had a 7,000% growth rate so its clear business will need to Remodel to embrace e-commerce and social media links in ways that are integral to their business model.  

 

 

ACBC Vic eNews: The Banyue Issue 146 March 2020

ACBC Victoria continues to support its members during this trying time.

Find out how in this edition of The Banyue iuding:

  • ACBC is going online! Find out how.
  • Event highlights from our sell out International Women's Day 2020 High Tea
  • Upcoming Webinar - COVID-19 Update with Peter Doherty and Austrade
  • News including a supply chain report from Deloitte, Abacus blog and more
  • Last chance to complete the ACBC Member survey
  • Register for the Alibaba Virtual Summit

China In Touch, 11 March 2020, Issue 272

Trade ministers are speaking optimistically of a return to normal as COVID-19 comes under control. Australia’s iron ore producers are equally optimistic as they look forward to the traditional China  infrastructure stimulus tool. They are wrong for one very important reason. The economic recovery will call for the recapitalisation of China business, big and small. This is a financial stimulus, not a construction stimulus. The recapitalisation will impact on investment activity both within China and outside of China with a reduction of outward flows of capital. The apartment in Sydney may become much cheaper as the Australian dollar falls and Chinese investment capital stays at home.

 

ACBC Vic eNews: The Banyue Issue 145 March 2020

In this edition of The Banyue:

  • COVID-19 Updates including Economic Overview & Social Impact Report and Chinese Support Campaign
  • Mastering the Art of Chinese Negotiation and Agribusiness Forum Events
  • China news
  • Fine Wine event to support Wuhan