APBC wraps up for 2014

The APBC wishes to thank our members and supporters for what has been a successful and progressive year!

Early in 2014, we represented the interest of our members in the Philippine Australian Ministerial Meeting (PAMM) in Manila, between the Australian Foreign Minister, Julie Bishop and Trade Minister, Andrew Rob and their Philippine Counterparts, Foreign Secretary Albert Del Rosario and Trade Secretary Gregorio Domingo. In the same event we hosted a breakfast for the Premier of NSW to meet heads of Philippine business from SM, Filinvest, Alsons and many others.

  • Cebu Air Pacific
  • Cebu Pacific Air launches Sydney – Manila service

    The most affordable flight ever between Sydney and Manila departed 9th September, marking the entry of the Philippines’ largest carrier Cebu Pacific Air into the Australian market.

    Opening up 34 domestic Philippines destinations as well as 25 onward connections throughout Asia and the Middle East, Cebu Pacific will now fly four times weekly between Sydney Airport and Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Manila Terminal 3) – increasing to five times weekly from 10 December 2014.

    Australia launches economic diplomacy initiative

    Australia’s Foreign Minister, Julie Bishop, and Trade and Investment Minister, Andrew Robb, recently launched the Australian Government’s economic diplomacy policy to boost prosperity by strengthening the nation’s engagement in world trade and investment.

    Minister Bishop said economic diplomacy involved Government’s determination to engage more closely with the private sector, the business community and non-government organisations (NGO) in Australia and around the world.

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