New Chinese Trade Agreement May Boost Australia's Business Travel Scene

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New Chinese Trade Agreement May Boost Australia's Business Travel Scene  
As it prepares to promote the country's large-scale meetings and events capabilities at EIBTM in Barcelona, Australia's new free-trade agreement with China may boost its business in the East.
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Anthony Hyde is the new leader for Trinity Event Solutions from January 2015.
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Convention Industry Council Elects New Board of Directors  
At the CIC's Annual Meeting of Members, a new slate for the Board of Directors was voted on and approved.
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China Travel Company Launches Events Subsidiary  
Luxury travel company WildChina is boosting its MICE and destination management offerings with the launch of subsidiary company WCT Events.
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