Australia's China challenge


Australia can have first class infrastructure, high-speed trains, new cities in the west, greatly expanded agricultural industries and large-scale steel mills adding value to our resources. China’s market is set to grow ever bigger. We do, however, have to be open to Chinese capital and skilled labour. The choice is there and should be the subject of ongoing vigorous public debate.

This speech was delivered by Co-Chair of Corrs China Practice Dr Geoff Raby at the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) Annual National Address, held in Brisbane on 28 November 2011.

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Dr Geoff Raby

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