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  Profile POSCO was established in 1968 to spearhead the industrialization of Korea by providing high quality steel, which has been indispensable to the advancement of other key industries that has enabled Korea’s rapid rise to an economic powerhouse. As the first integrated steel producer in Korea, POSCO has grown to produce 43...

I am pleased to welcome delegates to the 40th AKBC-KABC Joint Meeting which is being held under the theme 'Celebrating 40 years: charting a new course in the bilateral relationship' and I am delighted that Sydney is playing host to this milestone event. The New South Wales (NSW) Government is committed...

In the latter part of the 1970s, Korea embarked on industrialization efforts in steel, shipbuilding, and petrochemicals, among other areas. As a result, the country felt a strong need to interact with developed economies, and began forging economic cooperation with Australia, a country endowed with abundant natural reserves. In 1976,...

PRIME MINISTER MESSAGE FROM THE PRIME MINISTER 40TH AUSTRALIA-KOREA BUSINESS COUNCIL AND KOREA-AUSTRALIA BUSINESS COUNCIL JOINT MEETING COMMEMORATIVE JOURNAL Australia and the Republic of Korea are firm friends in a globalised world and we have forged an enduring partnership encompassing shared diplomatic, economic and security interests. Our common aspirations for open trade and...

Australia and Korea enjoy a long-standing and complementary trade relationship. Bilateral cooperation on resources and energy, built over many decades, has underpinned the relationship. Australia’s coal, iron ore and LNG are powering Korea’s steel and energy sectors, and Korea’s mobile phones and cars contribute to Australia’s high living standards. As...