By Invitation Only: Trading Matters - Linking Friends in Food and Trade
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Published on 13.06.2018 by Australia-United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce
The Australia-United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce is hosting an exclusive invitation only networking evening and tasting reception in partnership with Meat & Livestock Australia, celebrating the best of Australian produce and wines.
With a bilateral trade relationship valued at nearly £8 billion in 2017 and a long history of shared heritage and cultural ties, the United Kingdom and Australia are in a unique position to establish a new and ambitious trading partnership as Britain looks towards its post-Brexit trading relationships.
Joining the Chamber and MLA will be the Australian High Commissioner, HE the Hon George Brandis QC, for an evening reception as we discuss our agricultural links and future trading opportunities between Australia and the United Kingdom. Meat & Livestock Australia’s Global Chef, Sam Burke, will be serving delicious premium Australian beef and lamb canapés, all carefully matched with top quality Australian wines and beers supplied by Little Creatures.
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