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The first China International Import Expo (CIIE) was held between November 5 and 10 in 2018 in Shanghai.
Speaking at the opening of the Australian national pavilion at the CIIE, Australian Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmingham said stakeholders should acknowledge China's efforts in reform and opening up over the past four decades, in which China has lifted hundreds of millions of people out of poverty and created "a growing middle-class and huge business opportunities."
Simon Birmingham particularly stressed that the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) has become an example for other countries to seek a free trade agreement with China, and the chances of the China-Australia FTA are far from enough. At the end, there are more opportunities in the future.
"From January 1, 2019, after 8 weeks, all Chinese goods entering Australia will be exempt from customs duties. Of course, this is very important for many people present here, and China will also cancel one of the exhibits at CIIE. Tariffs for a range of Australian products, including wine, infant formula and honey. Australian companies are actively participating in the Chinese economy, which has opened a good start for China-Australia economic development.
Australia is one of our main market and we have some good old customers from Australia now.With this policy publishing,we are looking forward to more partners from Australia!