A new form of Australian business is on the rise but it’s based in China

A shopper (L) browses for health products in an aisle stocked with vitamin supplements at a Mr Vitamins store in Sydney, Australia, March 9, 2017.
When someone mentions a new Australian business, it is usually assumed that it would be an organisation that’s at least based on Australian soil. However, a new trend of rising business opportunities in China has resulted in quite a lot of small and medium-sized businesses leaving Australia and setting up shop over there.
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