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Australian TradeLinks Australia Korea Business Council

The Australia-Korea Business Council (AKBC) exists on behalf of its members and seeks to foster friendship and understanding between the business communities of Australia and Korea and to promote technical and economic cooperation, trade investment, education and tourism between the two countries.

This is achieved internationally through an Annual Joint Meeting between AKBC and Korea-Australia Business Council (KABC), in turn in Australia and Korea respectively. Thirty three (33) such meetings have been held since the commencement in 1978. The current Chairman of AKBC is Mr. John Walker AM Chairman of Macquarie Group of Companies in Korea and Head of Infrastructure & Utilities Asia for Macquarie Capital.  The current Chairman of KABC is Joon –yang Chung Chairman of POSCO, Australia’s largest single export customer in the World.  In Australia AKBC arranges meetings and roundtable discussions between Australia and Korea business to progress the relationship.

Membership of AKBC is made up of the major Corporations involved in trade (up to 80 percent) between Australia and Korea. Recently the constitution has been revised to accommodate a business and professional membership to reflect the changing nature of the relationship between Australia and Korea as more small and medium size business enterprises begin operations in business and trade between the two countries.