China, Australia and ASEAN - A new dynamic for future growth

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Australia can build on existing supply chain arrangements, capital flows, infrastructure requirements and relationships to create a new dynamic for our region.


Corrs Partner and CEO John W.H. Denton was a key speaker at the 4th World Chinese Economic Forum held in Melbourne.

John took part in a discussion on China, Australia and ASEAN – A New Dynamic for Future Growth moderated by Mr Ian Buchanan, Chairman of the ANU-Crawford School of Economics & Government Advisory Council. The other discussion participants were:

  • Mr Alan Oxley, Chairman, Australia APEC Study Centre, RMIT University
  • Mr Michael Johnson, Chairman, Australia-China Forum
  • Mr Jusuf Wanandi, Founder and Vice Chairman, Centre for Strategic & International Studies, Jakarta
  • Ambassador Delia D. Albert, Former Foreign Secretary of the Philippines
  • Professor Anthony Milner, Basham Professor of Asian History, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific
  • Dato’ Jebasingam Issace John, Chief Executive Officer, East Coast Economic Region Development Council (ECERDC)
  • Mr Xu Ningning, Executive Secretary-General of China-ASEAN Business Council China Secretariat.

The World Chinese Economic Forum brings together government, business and thought leaders on an annual basis to discuss the rise of China and China’s economic linkages with its neighbours in Southeast Asia, India, Australia and the Middle East. 


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