ACBC Victoria is pleased to invite you to our China update with trade expert Ms Green Yang
Ms Green Yang will be highlighting:
Major opportunities for the Australian Agribusiness and Food sector in 2018
ChAFTA – update on policy and market access
The National Congress of the 19th Communist Party and how this frames the Australia-China trade relationship.
About Ms Green Yang
Ms Green Yang has been with Austrade (Australian Trade Commission) for over 15 years, including four and half years in Austrade Guangzhou as a Business Development Manager. Prior to her time in Austrade, Green had worked in Chinese state-owned company as well as a couple of multi-national corporations in China. Green’s international experience in dealing with wide range of key account customers and complex projects, like establishment of JV, international tenders, trade and investment, has provided her with great insights in working with strategic partnership in China. Green currently is specialised in the Agri and Food of Australia, especially in Dairy sector and is a member of the ACBC Vic Agribusiness & Food Working Group.
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