CHENGDU, Jan. 25 (NBD) -- Christopher Lim, Australian Consul-General in Chengdu, made his debut on Saturday and delivered a speech on his work priorities. 

The Consul-General expressed that Australian economy is undergoing transformation and it is time for appropriate adjustment on cooperation between Australia and China. 

He stressed that he would facilitate the collaborations in tourism and education sectors as key points in strengthening bilateral finance and trade cooperation. 

Christopher Lim said that tourism, in his country, is reckoned as "next golden industry", therefore it would be a new highlight for Sino-Australia cooperation. 


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