"Super priority" visa service to China, including a 24-hour visa service and a new facility enabling visitors to apply for British and Schengen visa at the same time.
Shorten the visa process to 48 hours and will also issue more long-term multiple-entry visas in the future.
To issue five-year student visa and 10-year multiple-entry visa to Chinese tourists and businessmen.
To adopt a 48-hour visa service for Chinese tourists.
Australia and New Zealand
Visa applications to be more efficient.
Upgrades single-entry visas to multi-entry.
The time required for visa application has been cut to 36 hours.
Benefits to the people
FTA: What it means for Chinese people？
(1) China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
Cheaper Australian products: 93 percent of Australia imports will be tariff-free in four years
Infant milk powder, wines, seafood: Four years
Beef: Nine years
Lamb: Eight years
Australian leather: Two years
Seventy-seven more Australian education institutions can accept Chinese students
Wholly Australian-owned hotels, restaurants, hospitals, old-age homes allowed in China
(2) China-South Korea FTA
The agreement is expected to be effective in the second half of 2015.
More than 90 percent of traded goods across 17 areas will be tariff-free over the next two decades, including clothing, cosmetics, consumer electronics, and household appliances.