Event Details

The path to recovery. Australian Federal Government's 2021 Post-Budget Briefing

On Tuesday 11 May 2021, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg will release the 2021- 2022 Federal budget.

This budget will provide the framework for the government's path to recovery and will outline economic forecasts for the year ahead, as it seeks to address the economic impacts of COVID-19. As Australia navigates out of a historic pandemic and recession; this budget is set to be one of the most significant in years.

We will hear from Rachel Thompson, Minister Counsellor, Treasury at the Australian Embassy in Beijing, Richard Yetsenga, Chief Economist, ANZ Banking Group and Cherelle Murphy, Chief Economist, Austrade. Our speakers will provide their insights and an analysis on budget outcomes, from deficit, spending, tax, revenue and key portfolios to focus on. The event will be a simultaneous online and offline event.


Offline In-Person :

150 RMB (Member)

200 RMB (Non-Member)

* Light breakfast included

Online Webinar Only:

100 RMB (Member)

150 RMB (Non-Member)

This event is a hybrid offline-online model. There will be an offline component for those based in Beijing with Rachel present in person, and the other panellists to be streamed via WebEx.

Webinar details will be sent leading up to the day.


  • Rachel Thompson (Minister Counsellor, Treasury at Australian Embassy Beijing)

    Rachel Thompson

    Minister Counsellor, Treasury at Australian Embassy Beijing

  • Cherelle Murphy (Chief Economist at Austrade)

    Cherelle Murphy

    Chief Economist at Austrade

  • Richard Yetsenga (Chief Economist and Head of Research at ANZ)

    Richard Yetsenga

    Chief Economist and Head of Research at ANZ


8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Webinar Begins
9:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Post-Event Breakfast


China World Summit Wing Beijing

Jian Guo Men Wai Da Jie 1
Beijing Shi, China

If you have any questions please contact Kristian Ricardo

Contact Organizer

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