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Victorian Government visit to China confirms key investment outcomes

A recent visit to China by the Premier of Victoria and other key public officials has been supported by a number of key investment announcements, further strengthening the relationship between Victoria and China.

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Chinese e-commerce giant AliBaba opens door to China for Melbourne’s Chemist Warehouse

Melbourne-headquartered internet and retail chemist, Chemist Warehouse has signed an agreement with Tmall, a subsidiary of China's second largest e-commerce company, AliBaba.

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Victorian renewable energy boosted by Chinese investment

Victorian new energy technology company RayGen Resources and Chinese energy company JuYe Solar signed an agreement that will boost Victoria's renewable energy technology capabilities, and increase investment opportunities between China and Victoria.

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Air China soars with daily direct flights to Melbourne

Freight exports of premium Victorian food and fibre products are set to soar, with Air China announcing it will increase services to include daily direct flights to China.

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Starpharma, Medical Developments and Hatchtech secure deals with global life science corporations

Three Melbourne-based life science companies have signed multi-million dollar deals with major multinational biopharmaceutical corporations, with investments totalling over A$500 million.

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Victoria’s largest wind farm receives investment boost from New Zealand’s Morrison & Co

New Zealand headquartered infrastructure investment managers, Morrison & Co, has acquired a 50 per cent interest in Victoria's Macarthur Wind Farm.

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US collaboration software leaders, Clarizen, expand with a new office in Melbourne.

The US-headquartered company opened a new office in Melbourne as part of plans to expand its global footprint in the Asia Pacific market.

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Victorian game Crossy Road reaches new heights and takes on PAC-MAN

Crossy Road, a mobile video game, has become a worldwide smash hit, yielding over A$10 million in global profits for its Victorian creators.

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