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A landmark agreement made between the State Government of Victoria and Malaysia's Invest Selangor Berhad on 22 May 2017, will see a collaboration in the high-tech industries, including e-commerce, aerospace and biotechnology.
Trade Victoria – through the State Government of Victoria – is celebrating 20 years since a Victorian Government Business Office (VGBO) was set up in Dubai to help facilitate trade links with the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
Victoria has added to its already impressive air links to Asia, with
Japan Airlines announcing it will commence daily direct flights between Melbourne
Victoria will play a major role in
supporting Singapore to build modern, state-of-the-art hospitals as part of a
new deal made by the State Government of Victoria.
the first time in its 20-year history, the powerful China Wool Industrial
Association (CWIA) has met outside China, at the historical Lal Lal Estate near
Ballarat, which is located approximately 105 kilometres west-north-west of the state capital, Melbourne.
Victoria continues to be at the forefront of Australia's strength and capabilities in cyber security following the launch of the state's new program – Cyber Victoria.
Now in its 10th year, AusMedtech – regarded as Australia's
premier medical technology conference – is being
held in Melbourne from 24-25 May 2017.
one winners of Victoria-Jiangsu Program for Technology and Innovation Research
and Development (VIC-JS TECH) grants have been finalised.
will partner with the Hong Kong Design Centre for the prestigious Business of
Design Week 2018.
The Victorian Government has signed a landmark international Partnership
Agreement between the Shanghai Institute of Medical Quality and the Melbourne Biomedical
More Chinese students will have access to Victoria's
world-class international education system after two significant agreements
were signed between Victoria's Swinburne University and two leading Chinese
Melbourne digitech company, migenius recently won their second international award in six months for what the judges have called "a brilliant use of real-time cloud computing".