China Matters held its Fifth Young Professionals National Meeting in partnership with the Australian Centre on China in the World on 8 March 2019 at the Australian National University, Canberra. Each session ended with one or two policy recommendations for the Australian government and business community.
The two panel sessions focused on:
- How should Australia respond to growing nationalism in the PRC?
- How can the Australian economy become less dependent on the PRC?
Panellists included Mr Joshua Armstrong, Research Assistant, Office of the Hon John Howard OM AC ; Ms Natalia Beghin, Advisor – International Economy Unit, Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet; Ms Hannah Caldwell, Management Consultant; Ms Chelsea Jacka, Project Support Officer, Queensland Health; Ms Jasminah Woodhouse, Senior Manager – Economics & Policy, PwC; Mr Jeff Yu, Macroeconomic Analyst, Bank of China. Session I was moderated by Mr James Scullin, National Project Manager, Australia China Business Council. Session II was moderated by Ms Amy Hallam, Committee Director, Australian Institute of International Affairs WA.