The success of Australia’s higher education sector is due, in part, to the sector’s capacity to attract international students.
The AIC’s recent In Conversation webinar brought together three industry leaders, from universities, TAFEs and EdTech, to discuss rapid changes in the marketing and delivery of their various services.
To recover and prosper the sector must accelerate diversification of its key student source markets, embrace online and offshore delivery models, and capitalise on our advantages.
It is lagging badly behind Asean rivals in the competition for foreign direct investment. Things could get rougher in post-Covid-19 world.
[Video] At the AIC’s webinar on regional trade and COVID-19, James Castle of CastleAsia described the view from the business community in Jakarta.
Coronavirus to ‘dwarf’ Australia’s aid resources, forcing redirect of funding to health security, stability and economic recovery
One of the key objectives in the new strategy is ensuring COVID-19 does not cause instability in the region.
The power of proximity has long surpassed the “tyranny of distance” in Australian trade relations.
While the Indonesian government has flagged it could begin winding back some restrictions as soon as early June, some business people are delaying their return amid uncertainty.
Complementarities between the two nations’ economies continue to develop, challenged by inward looking reactions to the crisis, but at the same time buoyed by new priorities, digitisation and more.
Our latest webinar explored trade and investment disruption during COVID-19, with leaders from Austrade and PwC’s Asia Practice, and an on-the-ground view from Indonesia.
The AIC In Conversation podcast was today launched by the Australia-Indonesia Centre across a number of popular podcast applications. An audio version of the Centre’s new In Conversation webinar series, the podcast is available for subscription on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and more.
The impact on many of these newly unemployed and their families has been nothing less than devastating. Many don’t have money to buy food.
With little to no cost at home, a multi-billion “standby” loan will help restore economic confidence in a big neighbour.
US tech companies had already begun to ‘decouple’ from China, but global shortages, from face masks to ventilators, has amplified concerns about continuing with business as usual.