Alan Oxley is a leading international trade expert. He has presented at US international trade for a on Trump trade policy and to UK think tanks on BREXIT and to APEC conferences. He contends threats from Washington DC and Beijing to Australian trade are overstated, but occasionally arise. Global trade structures are not crumbling but some economies are. Dealings with China require care. So does Australia’s leading export - minerals, which generate 80 % of Australian exports. Australia’s trade diplomacy is sophisticated.
In Victoria, leading exports are education and tourism. In some markets, like the US, Australian foreign investment is more important than trade. Alan has been active in APEC since its inception in 1988 but warns many Asian markets, such as Indonesia, are difficult to enter.
He is a regular analyst in The Australian, the Financial Review, Sky News and ABC as well as the London Daily Telegraph and the Wall Street Journal. A Monash graduate, Alan was a diplomat in Singapore, and the UN, then Ambassador to and Chair of the GATT, predecessor to the World Trade Organization, before establishing ITS Global.
Your topic and the manner in which you delivered your address created a lot of interest amongst our delegates and contributed greatly to the success of the session. ... keep reading The Australian Forex Association Ltd
A lively and stimulating lecture, all in attendance benefited greatly from your knowledge and experience in the area.
His superb understanding of both coalition formation and the agricultural trade negotiations was delightfully received.
Based on post-session comments your presentation received the highest grades for content and relevancy. Thanks for an interesting and thought-provoking presentation.
Alan was a pleasure to work with and someone we hope to see again sometime in the future. His knowledge about trade and business with Asia is truly mind blowing, he was very interesting to listen to and had some very wise words for all those involved in the dairy industry.