AustCham Shanghai holds breakfast meeting on Investment and Trade Opportunities for NSW Primary Industries

AustCham Shanghai holds breakfast meeting on Investment and Trade Opportunities for NSW Primary Industries

AustCham Shanghai is proud to welcome the Honorable Steve Whan, Minister for Primary Industries, NSW and George Robert Davey, Deputy Director General for NSW to deliver a briefing to the Australian community in Shanghai. The breakfast address will be on Wednesday, October 13, 2010, 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. at Sheraton Shanghai, Pudong.

Minister Whan is leading the delegation of NSW primary industry champions from sectors including agriculture, aquaculture, forestry, minerals and science to promote NSW export products in China and NSW as a destination for Chinese investors in the primary industries sector.

This will be a prime opportunity to learn more about the NSW Government’s measures to facilitate and develop trade and investment between Australia and China with these focused industries into the region.


The Honourable Steve Whan, MP
Minister for Primary Industries
Minister for Emergency Services
Minister for Rural Affairs
Member for Legislative Assembly
Member for Monaro
Member of the Australian Labour Party

Hon. Whan was appointed Minister for Primary Industries, Emergency Services and Rural Affairs in 2009 and elected Member for NSW Legislative Assembly and Monaro in 2003.

George Robert Davey MSc, FAIFST, MASM
Deputy Director-General, NSW Department of Primary Industries
Chief Executive, NSW Rural Assistance Authority
Chairman, Milk Marketing (NSW) Pty Limited

Mr Davey was appointed Deputy Director General for NSW Department of Primary Industries in November 2008. NSW Department of Primary Industries acts in partnership with industry and other public sector organisations to foster profitable and sustainable development of primary industries in NSW.

Registration fee is RMB 200 for Members and RMB300 for Non-members.

Reserve your attendance by Monday 11 October with Helen Li, Administrative Assistant via email:helen.li@austchamshanghai.com.

Please note that if you show up on the day of the event without a booking you will be charged a 50RMB “walk in” fee if spaces are still available. Cancellation Policy: Please note you must cancel your reservation in writing 24 hours in advance. AustCham will pass on any costs incurred for no shows to the persons concerned.

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