Supported by all parties, the BRI has been incorporated into the outcome documents of international institutions such as the United Nations, the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the Asia-Europe Meeting, etc. B&R construction is expected to enter a new stage of pursuing high-quality development based on the principle of achieving shared growth through discussion and collaboration.
Students and academics from Bond University’s Faculty of Society & Design have completed their first major community infrastructure project in the remote Solomon Islands township of Kirakira - a marketplace for buying and selling local produce.
The Bond University Indigenous Gala has this year raised a record sum of almost $400,000 towards creating educational opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students - taking total funds raised to more than $2.1 million since the event began nine years ago.
EY’s Europe attractiveness survey has been tracking these investment decisions since 2000. Investors’ strong enthusiasm for Europe comes against a backdrop of accelerating growth in both developed and emerging markets, and recovering global trade flows.