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Australia Sydney International Security Exhibition
- Apr 18, 2018 -

The Australian Security Exhibition is the largest and most professional international security exhibition in Australia. Sydney is Australia's financial center, and Sydney's economic development has led to the rapid development of security companies in Australia and neighboring countries. The Australian International Security Products and Technology Exhibition has a history of 32 years. It has attracted visitors from all over the world, such as New Zealand, the United States, Brazil and other dozens of customers. The exhibition will be replaced for the first time in 2014 and will be held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Through our understanding of successive international security exhibitions in Sydney, bilateral trade between Australia and China has been increasingly strengthened, and the proportion of Chinese-occupied Australian population has increased year by year. Australian customers value their reputation and their trading methods are very standard. Therefore, finding powerful wholesalers is one of the effective ways for Chinese companies to develop this market. The Australian International Security Products and Technology Exhibition provided a good opportunity for China's security products to be exported to the Oceanian market. Chinese enterprises are welcome to sign up and can take this opportunity to develop and expand the business of each company. The exhibition gathered the leading brands in the security industry in the world and dominated the trends in the industry. The highly international nature of the exhibition and the diversity of its supply create an exchange platform for exhibitors and visitors.


Market analysis

The security industry is one of the most rapidly developing industries in Australia and is rapidly promoting the countrys employment and economic development. The industry generates revenue of approximately $4.5 billion annually and employs more than 150,000 security personnel. The industry's development is innovative, diverse and professional in the international leading position. The development of this industry is partly due to the continuous advancement of technology to provide new products and services.

On December 9, 2015, Chinese Ambassador to Australia Ma Zhaoxu and Australian Ambassador Adams to China represented the governments of the two countries respectively in Sydney to exchange diplomatic notes on the China-Australia FTA. Both sides jointly confirmed the Peoples Republic of China and Australia. The government free trade agreement will take effect on December 20, 2015 and will be the first time a tax reduction will be made. The tax will be reduced for the second time on January 1, 2016. Participating in this exhibition can more directly understand the development of Australia and the world's products and the specific needs of the market, help improve the technical content of products, adjust the structure of improved products, lay the foundation for the production of high-quality products, but also to improve exports, ensure exports Normal direction of guidance.

According to Australian Bureau of Statistics, between January and May 2017, the bilateral import and export volume of goods between China and Australia was 50.43 billion U.S. dollars, an increase of 31.5%. Among them, Australia exported US$32.12 billion to China, an increase of 48.8%, accounting for 34.3% of Australias total exports, an increase of 3.8 percentage points; Australia imported US$18.31 billion from China, an increase of 9.2%, accounting for 22.1% of Australias total imports, and a decrease of 0.5. percentage point. From January to May, the trade surplus between Australia and China was 13.81 billion U.S. dollars, an increase of 186.6%. As of May, China remains Australias largest trading partner, while continuing to maintain Australias largest export market and the largest import source.