The Australian APEC Study Centre (AASC) at RMIT University
The Australian APEC Study Centre at RMIT University’s College of Business, promote Australia’s, Victoria’s and RMIT’s strategic, economic, social and educational objectives throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
The Centre also manages training programs, conferences and symposia on issues related to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC). For more information about the role and activities of the APEC Centre, click here.
APEC Lecture 2012
Ms Bishop said Asia's re-emergence as an economic powerhouse presented significant economic opportunities and challenges for Australia, and noted that economic diplomacy would be the central plank of a future Coalition Government's approach to managing those opportunities and challenges.
Upcoming EventsAsia Pacific Infrastructure Partnership (APIP)
Various Locations 2010-2013
Regulatory environments to promote financial inclusion in developing APEC and other regional economies’
Melbourne, Australia 2013-03
Enhancing Supervision of Financial Institutions’ Risk Appetite Frameworks
Shanghai, China 20-23 May 2013
Food security and sustainable agricultural development in APEC developing economies
Melbourne, Australia 22-28 May 2013
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