NSW, not to mention the nation, needs measures which will support growth in the productivity of its economy.
The outlook for Chinese Investment in Australia is mixed and uncertain, and we anticipate any future growth to remain muted compared to previous years.
It’s important that we remain kind within the workplace since such a large part of our time is spent working under pressure and it’s easy to get caught up with work and career priorities.5
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With our China relationship at its lowest point in decades, Australian businesses should be thinking more seriously about other attractive market destinations – while continuing to carefully manage trading relationships with China in 2021 and beyond.1
There are some sobering figures here, but there is also much to be positive about.
The decline reflects the impact of Chinese ODI regulations driving a shift towards less risky and higher quality investments.