For the first time in Australia, this two-day conference will hear from Chinese and Australian experts as they explain China’s One Belt One Road policy, its implications and how to develop valuable business opportunities and networks.
Darwin is located at the southern end of the Maritime Silk Road and is the ideal location for this ground-breaking discussion. Delegates will explore the opportunities for coordination between the One Belt One Road policy framework, the Developing the North agenda and other projects in the region.
The conference will link Chinese and Australian investors with projects and ideas.
Delegates will be able to learn how to successfully attract investment capital and how to participate in the wide range of business opportunities that fall under the One Belt One Road umbrella.
This unique conference brings together Chinese think tank leaders, policy planners and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) Investment managers to explain the policy. The conference also features Australian leaders and policy makers from national, Territory and States and provides an opportunity for delegates to help set the development and investment agenda.
Day 1 – Plenary & Conference Dinner
Day 2 – Plenary & breakout sessions
Day 3 – Australia-China Cities Summit & Business Forum
For more information head to NT ACBC