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Mark McGowan says both China and Japan are longstanding partners of WA. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Economic diversification focus in McGowan trips

Education and tourism will be the focus for Mark McGowan’s first overseas mission, with an October trip to China, followed by a November trip to Japan, announced today.

Mr McGowan will head to Hangzhou, a Chinese city with population of around 9 million and capital of Western Australia’s sister state the Zhejiang province, to celebrate the 30 years of relations between the two jurisdictions.

Representatives from the state’s tourism bodies, universities and training providers will join Mr McGowan, as will cabinet ministers including Asian Engagement Minister Bill Johnston.

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