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It’s been a big year for Roy Hill and its Board. This year Roy Hill’s people have transitioned to even time rosters, the mine is operating at full production and heading to 60 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa). The whole of Hancock Prospecting and the Roy Hill team is proud of...

Korea is Australia’s fourth largest trading partner, so it goes without saying that BHP, or “The Big Australian” as it is more affectionately referred to, has had a long and complementary relationship with the Country, based on mutual benefit and respect. Interestingly, Korea is also BHP’s fourth largest market, with sales...

AMP Capital is a global investment manager with A$200b in assets under management (AUM)[1]. Our growth is continuing, with AUM up A$9.1b in the past year[2]. One area where we have seen extraordinary growth is the Republic of Korea (ROK). Our real assets capability, including investments in our infrastructure debt, infrastructure...

Korea’s world-leading chemical, materials and electronics industries and Australia’s highly developed education and research sectors are ideally matched. This is paving the way for new relationships that can add to the trade and investment opportunities available in both countries. From its extensive petrochemical processing industry through large-scale engineering to high precision...

KOTRA The Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) is Korea’s national trade and investment promotion organization under the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy(MOTIE). KOTRA strives to explore new markets and to create new opportunities that further increase the trade and investment partnerships between Korean SMEs and foreign enterprises through various trade...

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...