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AJBCC members, who are registered to attend the upcoming conference, have just received the current delegate list of the over 360 attendees currently booked to attend the AJBCC's 54th annual Joint Business Conference on the 9-11 October, 2016 in Melbourne. The latest conference program is obtainable here. If you are a member of...

Building on PwC previous report Passing us by - "Why Australian businesses are missing the Asian opportunity. And what they can do about it", PwC has released a groundbreaking analysis of Australia's expatriate community in Asia and, in terms of Australia intensifying its Asian business engagement, how we...

Ahead of the AJBCC’s Joint Business Conference in Melbourne, the AJBCC welcomes the following new members: Grant Thornton Lion Tardis Pitcher Partners IP Australia Stanbury Consultants Baggott Consulting ...

Want to get the Japanese Government's perspective on Abenomics? This 16 page presentation, available here, gives both the metrics showing achievements as well as the targets for the aspirational reform measures....

At the end of July, the Japanese Embassy in Canberra with the assistance of the AJBCC, held an infrastructure networking event. The programme was based around two strands: giving Japanese companies an opportunity to explain their business and their strategy for Australia; and Australian companies engaged in delivery...

PwC will host an invitation-only roundtable discussion in Melbourne on Fri 23 September, 2016. Where is the Japanese economy heading? Will political stability and majorities in both houses deliver reforms and reboot the Japanese economy? Given the shrinking and ageing population, can Japan finally mobilise women in the workforce?...

Long time AJBCC member, Masanori Ohtani is the organiser of the 10th annual Inoue Yashushi Award Ceremony which will be hosted by the University of Sydney on Fri 7 Oct 2016 at 6:00pm. The Inoue Yasushi Award for Outstanding Research in Japanese Literature has been awarded annually...

AJBCC members must register if you are to attend the upcoming AJBCC's Joint Business Conference to be held in Melbourne 9-11 October, 2016. With attendee numbers already in excess of 330 and with a solid contingent of delegates coming from Japan, this year's conference focusing on the theme of New...

On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the signing of the Basic Treaty of Friendhip and Co-operation between Australia and Japan, the Japanese Foreign Ministry announced a number of awardees of the Foreign Minister's Commendation. The commendation is recognition of the promotion of friendship and goodwill...

Online registrations for the AJBCC's Joint Business Conference, held with our Japan counterpart the JABCC, are now open. This will be the 54th annual meeting. You are encouraged to complete your online registration early and before the online close of Friday 15 July, 2016. (Details on...