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The relationship between Australia and China requires a focus on mutual understanding if it is to continue to yield benefits for both countries, according to experts at the In The Zone conference at The University of Western Australia.
The Asian region had been largely insulated from the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) and would aggressively outperform other global economies in the medium term, financial experts at the inaugural In The Zone conference at The University of Western Australia said today.
Cutting-edge projects in areas such as bushfire prediction technology, a regenerative braking system for an electric car and waste-to-energy technology are just some of the displays at The University of Western Australia's Engineering Foundation Research and Innovation Showcase this Wednesday, November 11.
Shifts in geostrategic influence would continue and provide Western Australia with increasing opportunities to partner with countries in the Asian zone, according to Senator Chris Evans, Federal Minister for Immigration and Citizenship.
Global collaboration and cooperation on a vast range of challenges throughout the Asian region is essential to the future prosperity of Australia and its northern neighbours, according to the Chancellor of The University of Western Australia, Dr Michael Chaney.