In particular, the 2015 China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (‘ChAFTA’) is particularly important for China’s transition into an economy where consumption will act as a bigger driver. As gaps in the market appear, Australia can have a significant role to play in filling them with high-quality goods and services for which a growing Asian consumer class is growing an appetite. We believe that while in the past Australia’s trade has focused largely on resources and commodities, this growing consumerism will allow even the smallest Australian enterprises to benefit from new business opportunities.
At the same time, we assist Asian businesses to infiltrate the Australian market and its complex regulatory requirements. We act as your trusted guide through what can otherwise be an overwhelming experience, both legally and culturally. We are aware of the demand for real estate, particularly agricultural assets, which will no doubt form a key component of servicing the emerging Asian consumer market.