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The a2 Milk Company yesterday announced that it is expanding into the South Korean market and has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Yuhan Corporation, one of Korea's leading pharmaceuticals companies.  a2 CEO and Managing Director Geoff Babidge stated that Korea's high per capita dairy consumption, world-class retailers and a fast-growing e-Commerce channel...

The University of South Australia is running a ‘Food Tourism’ workshop to assist businesses develop cross-cultural understanding of food culture, agriculture and food tourism services in Australia and Korea. This forum aims to create an interactive and valuable discussion platform for the tourism business sector so they can share their business...

The 2018 Symposium on Australia-Korea relations will be held on 19th and 20 April at the University of South Australia and is funded by the Academy of Korean Studies of South Korea and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Australia.   The keynote speech will be delivered by Professor the Hon Gareth...

9 April 2018 The Australia Korea Business Council (AKBC) today announced the appointment of two new Executive Committee (Committee) members. Professor You-il Lee and Simon Yoo will join the Executive Committee on 1 May. AKBC Executive Director Liz Griffin said: “I am delighted to welcome Professor Lee and Mr Yoo to the Executive...

Event overview: The University of Melbourne is hosting an event 'Australia, the Two Koreas and Asian Regional Security' with Professor the Honourable Gareth Evans AC QC, former Foreign Minister of Australia and Chancellor of the Australian National University on the 12th of April.   Event details:   In conversation with Professor the Honourable Gareth Evans AC QC,...

Seoul Career Vision is the biggest Job Fair hosted by Ministry of Employment and Labor of the Korean government. KOTRA, a South Korean Government Agency established in 1962 and located in 86 countries with 127 offices, is supporting trade and investment activities along with exchanging HR in overseas countries. From the past...

The Korean Embassy in Canberra is currently looking for an energy and infrastructure researcher to join their team in Canberra.   Applicants must have a good command of both English and Korean.   More information can be found here.  ...