250-strong Shandong business delegation heads off to Port Lincoln to explore trade possibilities
The Adelaide Advertiser featured an article on Friday 9 September about the visit by Shandong Vice Governor Xia Geng to Port Lincoln.
The visit occurred on Saturday 10 September, and saw the Vice Governor participate in a ‘sea to plate’ seafood experience.
South Australia’s seafood exports to China were valued at $8.2 million in the last financial year.
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“China has developed an insatiable appetite for South Australian seafood – and a taste for cricket – as a 250-strong Shandong delegation heads off to Port Lincoln to explore more possibilities.
Following the signing of a seven memorandums of understanding including food partnerships on Friday, the Shandong Vice Governor Xia Geng will lead the visit to the west coast on Saturday to take part in a sea-to-plate seafood experience…”