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Cyber Security Centre the latest in series of NEC investments in SA

Global IT giant NEC has celebrated another milestone in a series of South Australian investments with the opening of its Global Security Intelligence Centre this week. With cyber-attacks an increasing threat for business and government IT systems - as recently as a fortnight ago when the worldwide r... ... (Wednesday, 31 May 2017)

Local company signs $2.8 million export contract

Local company SAGE Automation has joined forces with Navantia Australia to secure a $2.8 million contract to supply integrated platform management systems (IPMS), a core component of any naval control system, to Spanish shipbuilder Navantia for two ships under construction for the Royal Australian N... ... (Tuesday, 23 May 2017)

Agreement to increase opportunities for South Australia

South Australian Government leaders and their Chinese counterparts in Shanxi Province are today signing an agreement with potentially lucrative education, research and trade outcomes in sectors as diverse as water and Chinese medicine. Minister for Trade and Investment Martin Hamilton-Smith and Shan... ... (Wednesday, 17 May 2017)

$230 million win for South Australian taxpayers

South Australia has resisted a play from the Federal Government to seize the state taxpayer owned Techport and shipbuilding land at no cost, insisting that the Commonwealth reimburse South Australians for state money used to build defence infrastructure. Defence Industries Minister Martin Hamilton-S... ... (Friday, 12 May 2017)

Chinese soak up South Australia’s expertise at water cooperation forum

Minister for Trade and Investment, Martin Hamilton-Smith, is today urging Chinese governments and industries to consider South Australia’s internationally regarded water security and management expertise to support more advanced water management outcomes. Decades of planning for and managing scarce ... ... (Thursday, 11 May 2017)

New office to support increasingly productive Shandong relationship

Minister for Investment and Trade, Martin Hamilton-Smith, will today officially open a new and expanded office in Jinan to provide a focal point for South Australia’s growing trade relationship with Shandong Province. The office is at a central city location easily accessed by South Australia’s exis... ... (Thursday, 11 May 2017)

Time for anti-Chinese Whetstone to be dumped from trade portfolio

Opposition Leader Steven Marshall should immediately suspend Shadow Trade Minister Tim Whetstone after an extraordinary attack on the current trade and sporting delegation in China.Speaking from China, Trade Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith said Whetstone’s credibility is now shot after his anti-Chine... ... (Wednesday, 10 May 2017)

Rare opportunity for local artists to exhibit in China

Five South Australian artists will have their work displayed in China for the first time, as part of the State Government’s cultural delegation to Shandong. The artworks will be featured in the joint exhibition produced by the SALA Festival (South Australian Living Artists’) and Shandong Young Artis... ... (Wednesday, 10 May 2017)

Rare opportunity for local artists to exhibit in China

Five South Australian artists will have their work displayed in China for the first time, as part of the State Government’s cultural delegation to Shandong. The artworks will be featured in the joint exhibition produced by the SALA Festival (South Australian Living Artists’) and Shandong Young Artis... ... (Wednesday, 10 May 2017)

Soccer Swap to kick off next big co-production

Following the global success of TV program Chef Exchange, the South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) and Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith today announced the development of the next big Chinese co-production, Soccer Swap. Developed in consultation with China’s Qingdao Broadc... ... (Wednesday, 10 May 2017)

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