China-Australia FTA after COVID-19: Tariff to Technology

China-Australia FTA after COVID-19: Tariff to Technology This event focuses on legal issues regarding both the classical and the new model when exporting Australian products to China. Classical trade liberalisation is driven by manufacturers and governments. This is because the existing global value chain is largely based on the comparative advantage of production, and WTO …

National Security Law of Hong Kong: Legal and Social Implications

National Security Law of Hong Kong: Legal and Social Implications Presented by the China Studies Centre in partnership with the Centre for Asian and Pacific Law and the Media@Sydney Seminar Series at the University of Sydney. On July the 1st, 1997, the sovereignty of Hong Kong was reverted to China on the model of “one country, two systems,” guaranteed by …