Peter Drysdale on Australia-China Economic Investment

COMPELLING READ: The uncertainty surrounding the process with which Canberra reviews foreign investment in Australia is becoming a more regular feature in discussions regarding Australia-China economic linkages. In this opinion piece, Professor Peter Drysdale explains the predicament and the need for greater clarity to minimise damage to Australia’s foreign investment standing. [Prof. Drysdale is the Head of the East Asia Forum and East Asian Bureau of Economic Research at the Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University]

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http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2012/06/10/china-and-australias-foreign-investment-regime-2/

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One response to “Peter Drysdale on Australia-China Economic Investment

  1. Well,that was unexpected,Australia – China,this really shows how China has their webs on almost all nations,they really are one of the most webbed Country in Investment.I bet experts in investing like Ed Butowsky has something to say about this.

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