Australia
New Directions

New Directions 

The GFC changed Australia’s economic base. The self-reliant ‘lucky country’ is a concept of the past. New models and collaborations are needed to continue our prosperity.

Foreign partnerships are required to meet our future energy, infrastructure, mining and agricultural needs. Chinese investment internationally will be one of the defining features and future drivers of our global economy — particularly Australia’s economy.

 

Australia must create a welcoming environment for international investment and capitalise on the very significant opportunities which Asia’s decades of growth present.

 

These are the topics we explore in New Directions.

 

New Directions

 


Australia’s Energy Challenge
Audio feature of Michael Bray, National Chairman Energy & Natural Resources, KPMG


Energy Imperative: Australia-China Opportunities
KPMG in Australia’s China Practice and The University of Sydney China Studies Centre


Australia in the Asian Century

  • Demystifying Chinese Investment
    Doug Ferguson, Head of KPMG’s Australia’s China Practice
  • Opportunities for China and Australia in Food Security
    Phillip Napier, Partner Agribusiness, KPMG

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