Australia China Development Association

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The Australia China Development Association is a not-for-profit company "established" by the former Liberal National Party member of the House of Representatives Michael Johnson. In a media release defending his involvement with the group Johnson stated that he established the group in 2005 "to promote Australia’s critically important bi-lateral ties with Asia and more specifically, China. The ACDA hosts an annual networking conference under the banner of the Australia‐China Business Forum (ACBF). I am the Chairman of the Australia-China Business Forum Organising Committee. The ACDA is a not-for-profit organisation, limited by guarantee. It has four (4) independent directors each holding extensive business experience. None are party political members or are able to vote in the Ryan electorate. Their independence assures corporate governance compliance."[1]

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Australia-China Development Association
ABN: 88 113 184 295 ACN: 113 184 295
PO Box 803,
Indooroopilly Queensland, 4068,

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  1. Michael Johnson, "Statement Regarding Today's Australia Newspaper Article", Media Release, May 19, 2010.

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