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President’s & Year-End Report 2021 AGM

The Australian Chamber of Commerce, held it’s 2021 AGM on the 23rd November.

We are pleased to present the President’s report

President’s msg 2021 approved


Australia-Mekong Partnership(4) Australia and the countries of the Mekong sub-region share a vision for an open, inclusive, secure and prosperous region. Australia is longstanding partner and committed neighbour, with a robust economic relationship with the region and deep government and people connections.The recovery of the Mekong sub-region from the economic and health challenges of COVID-19 is critical to a shared vision of stability and prosperity. To support these efforts, in November 2020 Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the $232 million Mekong‑Australia Partnership (MAP) – building on long-standing bilateral programs with Mekong states – to enhance Australia's engagement with the sub-region.MAP forms part of Australia's approximately $500 million landmark package of new economic, development and security measures to support Southeast Asia's COVID-19 recovery.As a part of cooperation between the Australian Embassy in Phnom Penh and Auscham Cambodia, David Bloch, First Secretary provideed an outline of the recent developments in the Australia Government's engagement with Cambodia and the Mekong, including the Mekong-Australia Partnership, Partnerships for Infrastructure and Australia's bilateral economic development program in Cambodia.To view the presentation please click on the link below:Auscham presentation on MAP etc- 1 September 2021[19737]  

Auscham ASEAN Australian Business in ASEAN Survey 2021

use21[19719]   AustCham ASEAN Australian Business in ASEAN Survey 2021This sixth edition of the AustCham ASEAN Australian Business in ASEAN Survey 2021 has now been released!The results of this Survey provide the most current and comprehensive insight into the present composition of Australian firms across the ASEAN region, and arrive at a critical moment for ASEAN’s Australian business community as business looks to opportunities in the region, and governments look to formalise policy to assist with post pandemic recovery.Australian businesses have endured significant disruption and upheaval since our last survey in April 2020. However, opportunities to induce a broad-based recovery exist, and achieving this requires policy makers’ commitment to partnering with business to create an economic environment that enables all ASEAN business to below to read the full report:ABA2021_Final-27-Aug 2021 editedv2[19718]  
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