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  Tomorrow, Thursday 9 July, AKBC will host a zoom event to introduce our new Board members from 4:00pm – 5:00pm (AEST). The post-pandemic world presents numerous opportunities to deepen the Australia-Korea relationship. Chaired by AKBC Chairman the Hon. Simon Crean, our new Directors will share their insights and thoughts on the...

Korean skin care brand Innisfree recently opened its 10th Australian store in southwest Sydney, with plans to open two more stores by August 2020. Owned by Amorepacific Group, Innisfree is a global brand with more than 1750 stores and 20 million customers worldwide. Innisfree has established itself as one of the...

AKBC member Austrade is hosting a webinar, ‘Japan and Korea – Opportunities and economic recovery post COVID-19,’ this Friday 10 July from 4:00pm – 5:00pm (AEST). This event is an incredible opportunity to hear insights on how two of Australia’s major trading partners are planning to recover from COVID-19 and learn...

  The latest AKBC newsletter is out now! This edition includes information on AKBC’s recent activities, including a recording and summary of our sports diplomacy webinar, important developments in the Australia-Korea corridor, upcoming events and much more. Clicker here to read the AKBC newsletter....

In the midst of growing global interest in Korea’s biotechnology industry, SK Biopharmaceuticals debuted onto the Korean stock market, Kospi, at double its initial public offering price. SK Biopharmaceuticals' shares began trading at ₩98,000 or A$118.03 on July 2 before reaching the permissible daily limit of 30% (₩127,000 or A$152.00)...

POSCO and Fortescue Metals Group (Fortescue), an Australian iron ore supplier, have signed an agreement to form POSCO’s third GEM Matching Fund. GEM is a POSCO initiative and stands for "Go Extra Mile." It aims to curb unemployment and assist with productivity among local communities in both Australia and Korea....

  AKBC member, Mazars In Australia, has published the comprehensive guide, Doing Business in Australia – a Practical Guide, in English and Korean. Featuring information on the Australian market, incentives from the Australian Government, foreign investment regulations and much more, Mazars' guide will help your business succeed in Australia. Read the English...

Following our recent announcement of the Australia-Korea Business Council’s new Board Members, we are pleased to hold an event to introduce you to them. The event will be held via Zoom on Thursday 9 July 2020, from 4:00pm - 5:00pm (AEST). As Australia and Korea seek to emerge stronger in the...