Australia’s Central Economic Zone is a strategic partner of
AgrifoodAsia working together to foster economic development within
the CEZ, and trade, investment and co-operation with China and SE-Asia.
part of the CEZ-China initiative, AgrifoodAsia works closely with the CEZ and Australian government
departments and industry organisations to
achieve the following key objectives to bring sustainable economic benefits to CEZ/NSW/Australia
Develop high level strategic government,
institution, industry and business linkages between CEZ/Australia and
Promote and facilitate Sino-Australian
trade, investment and co-operation,
government departments, industry organisations, institutions and
businesses in Australia and China with the insights, experience, skills, training, linkages and bridges essential
to agrifood business success between Australia and China,
Market development and access.
The CEZ-China initiative
the support of Australia's Deputy
Prime Minister at the time of launching, the Hon. John Anderson, strong support
of the Chinese Consulate in Sydney and key Australian and Chinese
government departments, industry organisations, academic institutions and
major businesses relating to agrifood business.
To access the CEZ, please
to assist you to make agrifood business happen between you and the CEZ/Australia enterprises
The Central Economic Zone (CEZ) is
an important economic group and a key food and agriculture region in New South Wales, Australia.
It offers a range of high quality clean green food and agriculture products including plant, animal
and fishery genetics; horticultural, animal, dairy,
grain, legume and fishery commodities and processed foods; education and
training services; and world-class agrifood technology.
The CEZ comprises 30 local governments and stretches from Lithgow in the
East through Broken Hill to the South Australian border and from West Wyalong
to the Queensland border. There are 477 villages,
towns and cities within its 400,000 square kilometers, which is just over
half the area of NSW and almost twice as big as Victoria
and the same size as California or Germany.
the Australian Deputy Prime Minister at initiative launch
between AgrifoodAsia and CEZ