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[15-Mar-2010]

The AABC’s 2009 International Trade and Investment Conference will be held over three days from the 6th to 8th of September at Sea World on Queensland’s Gold Coast. The AABC Conference will convene immediately after the Perth, Africa Downunder Mining Conference. The major sponsor for this year’s conference is the Queensland Government.

The AABC’s mandate is to forge, facilitate, strengthen and grow the bi-lateral trade and investment relationship between Australia and Africa. The Australian federal and state governments and the business community are strengthening the bi-lateral relationship with African countries. The emerging African markets provide lucrative investment opportunities for Australian businesses in a variety of industry sectors. The AABC’s 2009 Conference offers Australian and African businesses, an unmatched opportunity for networking with key decision-makers. It will serve as a platform for dialogue, the exchange of ideas, trade and investment opportunities. Key specialists will provide an in-depth analyses of the African and Australian business environment. The conference will dispel the myths and allow for informed investment decisions, with information that makes sense of some of the key issues affecting the trade and investment relationship between Australia and Africa.

Under Australia’s Rudd Labor Government, the policy on Africa is one of positive engagement. Australian Prime Minister The Hon. Kevin Rudd and Queensland Premier The Hon. Anna Bligh have been invited to address the conference. African High Commissioners to Australia, Australian High Commissioners to Africa, Senior Trade Commissioners and industry professionals from both continents will attend, reflecting the importance given to growing the Australian - African relationship.

The exciting line-up of high-end business and government specialists from both continents will provide an in-depth insight into: mining, technology, agriculture, education, finance, tourism, ICT, infrastructure development and climate change opportunities. Questions will be open to the floor at the end of each session.

Join us and be instrumental in developing the bi-lateral trade and investment relationship between Australia and Africa. Register now!

NON AABC Members: A$ 875 * Register by 30/06/09 & pay only A$ 750 AABC Members: A$ 550 * Register by 30/06/09 & pay only A$ 450

NON AABC Members: A$ 875 * Register by 30/06/09 & pay only A$ 750 AABC Members: A$ 550 * Register by 30/06/09 & pay only A$ 450

For more information contact: chairman@aabc.net.au  or qldsec@aabc.net.au                                                          
* For airfare & accommodation packages contact: www.journeysworldwide.com.au
Ph:(61) 7- 3221 4145