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  • Australian small businesses learn about Chinese culture
  • Australian small businesses learn about Chinese culture
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Australian small businesses learn about Chinese culture

Australia’s small businesses may see the potential of breaking into Chinese markets, but few can dedicate the resources to understanding the country’s cultural nuances. In response, the Australia China SME Association is stepping in to help bridge the knowledge gap.

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