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Australia China Life Science Summit 2013

Acknowledging the leading role China will take globally in the future of life sciences, AusBiotech organised the inaugural Australia China Life Sciences Summit in March this year.

The event was held in Melbourne and attracted 136 key stakeholders from Australia and China to discuss China’s life science industry landscape and was officially opened by Mr Shi Weiqiang the Consul General for the People’s Republic of China in Melbourne. Delegates gained expert knowledge and first hand accounts from others who have successfully created linkages and developed partnerships in the region. The program featured 41 speakers across 15 sessions, including former Premier of Victoria the Honourable John Brumby, and one of the world’s largest law firms DLA Piper.

CEOs and senior biotech representatives spoke candidly about their personal experiences and provided valuable insights about doing business in China.