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China Zhejiang-Australia Trade and Investment Symposium

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Sofitel Sydney Wentworth

61-101 Phillip Street

Sydney, NSW 2000


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China Zhejiang Business Delegation - Trade and Investment Business Forum - Includes matching your business with Chinese contacts.

The ACBC NSW invites you to attend an exclusive Trade and Investment Business Forum, led by Zhang Qingshan, Vice Chairman of CCPIT Zhejiang Provincial Committee.

The Vice Chairman will lead a delegation of up to 100 CEOs and Directors from leading Zhejiang based businesses. Attend this event to learn more about the opportunities in one of China’s advanced provincial economies.

Event Overview

The Trade and Investment Business Forum will include the chance to hear from experts in government and business as well as the opportunity to be part of the dedicated business and opportunity matching session.

Business Matching – Delegation Sector Focus

The focus of the visit will be on creating business opportunities for both Australian and Chinese businesses in technology, services, energy, resources, agribusiness, finance, investment, manufacturing, logistics, and health.

Key Details

Date: Monday, 28 May 2018.
Start Time: 9am arrival for 9.30am start.

Venue: Sofitel Wentworth, 61-101 Phillip Street, Sydney.

Ticket cost: $44 (members) $88 (non-members) – plus GST and processing fee.


  • Formalities: 9.30am – 11.30am

  • Lunch and B2B Business Matching Session: 11.30am – 2.30pm

Why Attend?

  • Access key decision makers from Zhejiang province.

  • Better understand the market opportunity and how you can grow your presence in Zhejiang.

  • Discuss direct short and long term opportunities.

  • Originate business opportunities with the right support (translators, advisers and government officials onsite to assist you).

Business Matching - Chinese Delegates

As part of this business delegation CEOs and Directors from the following businesses will attend:

  • Zhejiang Machinery and Electrical Group (Machinery & Equipment Import & Export)

  • Hangzhou Iron & Steel Group Co (Steel industry)

  • Zhejiang PetroChina Sales Co (Energy & Electric Power)

  • Zhejiang Chamber of Commerce (Industry group)

  • Hangzhou CIEC Group Co (Commerce & Logistics)

  • Hangzhou Binjiang Construction Group Co (Construction & Housing Estate)

  • Hangzhou Cogeneration (Import and Export Company)

  • Provincial Economic and Information Technology Commission.

Click here for the full list of Chinese companies attending.

Business Matching Support

To support and facilitate opportunities for Australian businesses, we will provide you with access to translators, senior advisers and Australian government officials. This will ensure you take advantage of the opportunities in the Zhejiang province.

Any Questions?

Please send any further queries about this event to acbcnsw@acbc.com.au

*As places are strictly limited (100 avail), tickets will be allocated on a 'first-come, first-serve' basis
*Due to limited capacity, we will only allow two people per company to register

Zhejiang Province Overview

Host of the 2016 G20 summit, Zhejiang is a province of 55 million people and is advantageously located on China’s east coast, south of Shanghai which is easily accessible via one of the world’s transoceanic bridges spanning the Hangzhou Bay.

Zhejiang boasts advanced infrastructure, with 2,600 kilometres of railway, almost 120,000 kilometres of highway, and one of the top five busiest ports in the world. These factors, along with a rapidly developing business environment, have led Zhejiang to become one of the strongest and most diverse provincial economies in China.

Zhejiang’s Economy

In 2016, Zhejiang’s provincial gross domestic product (GDP) reached RMB 4.6 trillion, the fourth highest in China, growing 7.5 percent on the previous year and averaging 9.8 percent growth over the last 10 years. Around half of this GDP 89comes from services, with a further 46 percent contributed by secondary industries, including manufacturing. Agriculture and related industries make up the final four percent. Zhejiang’s GDP per capita was RMB 77,426 in 2015 (ranked fifth in China), almost triple what it was 10 years previously. In 2016, urban households had an average disposable income of RMB 47,237 compared with RMB 22,866 for their rural counterparts.

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