70 Australian organisations attend Austrade aged care tradeshow in Beijing

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On the back of the recent free-trade agreement with China and the signing of an Australia/China MOU on health cooperation, Austrade staged a two-day trade show in Beijing this week. 130 Australians representing 70 organisations attended.

At the same time health Minister Sussan Ley of the Chinese health Minister Dr Li Bin design agreements and a plan of action.

For forums focused on:
– aged care facility design and operation
– skills development and training
– health and ageing
– aged care investment

Sussan Ley explain the free-trade agreement allows Australian businesses for the first time to have ownership of aged care facilities in China, giving investors extra confidence.


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