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Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre Report launch: Tiger, Tiger Burning Bright? WA’s Trade & Economic Development with Asia

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The Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre invites you to the launch of the next report in its Focus on Western Australia series:

Event details

Tiger, Tiger Burning Bright? WA’s Trade & Economic Development with Asia

Date
Wednesday 16 September 2015
Time
from 7:15am until 9:00am
Venue
The Hyatt – Grand Ballroom 99 Adelaide Terrace, Perth WA 6000
Cost
Free- There is no charge to attend this event, but registrations are essential.
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RSVP: COB Thursday 10 September 2015

The next Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre’s Focus on Western Australia report addresses an issue of central importance to Western Australia’s economic growth  – WA’s trade and economic development with Asia.

This report will examine the issues that affect current trading patterns with Asia, and highlight opportunities for enhanced future trade and strengthened economic relationships with China, Japan and other countries in the Asia-Pacific and Indo-Pacific regions.

Please join us for breakfast with prominent government, industry and community leaders to discuss how best the WA economy can be positioned to take advantage of emerging developments in Asia.

About the Centre:

The Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre is an independent economic and social research organisation located within the Curtin Business School at Curtin University. The Centre was established in 2012 through the generous support from Bankwest (a division of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia),with a core mission to examine the key economic and social policy issues that contribute to the sustainability of Western Australia and the well being of WA households.

The Centre brings a unique philosophy to research on the major economic issues facing Western Australia. By bringing together experts from the research, policy and business communities at all stages of the process – from framing and conceptualising research questions, through the conduct of research, to the communication and implementation of research findings – we ensure that our research is relevant, fit for purpose, and makes a genuine difference to the lives of Australians both in WA and nationally.


Read our latest report: The Costs of Doing Business in WA. Barriers and pressures to industry performance

For more information, visit: http://business.curtin.edu.au/bcec