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India a major market for Australian mining and construction equipment

Mathers Hydraulics Technology exhibiting at globalExCon Mining & Construction Equipment Conference – Bangalore,India 2019 Sydney, 13 August 2019 –India is set to become one of Australia’s most attractive and lucrative markets for innovative mining and construction equipment, according to leading hydraulics technology company, Mathers Hydraulics Technologies (MHT). MHT will be one of the global leaders […]

India and U.S. Bilateral trade meeting

India and the United States held the India-U.S. Bilateral Trade meeting in New Delhi on May 6, 2019. Suresh Prabhu, Minister of Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation, Government of India and Mr. Wilbur Ross, Secretary of Commerce, United States of America co-chaired the bilateral meeting. Both the co-chairs, Suresh Prabhu and Mr. Wilbur Ross […]

Indra Nooyi – CEO Pepsi steps down

 By Rekha Bhattacharjee She is one and only Indian executive who broke the glass ceiling in corporate America. She was also among the few female executives to lead global corporations. An immigrant and a woman, she served as chief executive of PepsiCo for 12 years – a position that placed her among the world’s most […]

AIBC calls on large Australian businesses to come aboard in line with Turnbull’s India Economic Strategy

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (L) and Peter Varghese AO (R) Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s India Economic Strategy marks a milestone in the bilateral Australia-India business, economic and trade relationship, underscoring a strategic positioning of India as a tier one country for Australia. India’s scale is extraordinary and there is no market over the […]

Education a top priority in ties with India, says Australian envoy at opening of UNSW office

 Australian High Commissioner to India Harinder Sidhu with Laurie Pearcey, UNSW Pro Vice Chancellor (International) at the UNSW office launch in New Delhi New Delhi July 18, 2018: In a major step to take forward its widening outreach to India, including in student recruitment and collaborations in cutting-edge research, the University of New South Wales, […]

Australia’s Trade with India

India and Australia have a strong and productive bilateral partnership. Underpinned by trade and investment, the scope of Australia’s relationship with India has increased in line with India’s rapid economic and strategic growth. Australian exports to India are on the rise, India is now Australia’s 4th biggest export market underlining the importance of India as […]

India-Australia free trade agreement soon?

By Rekha Bhattacharjee The long-pending free trade agreement with Australia is expected to be cleared with Indian Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu’s visit to the country on June 26. The two countries are also expected to discuss ways to promote investments. The long-pending free trade agreement with Australia is expected to be cleared with Indian Commerce and Industry […]

Australia India Business Council (AIBC) EGM approves constitutional changes to help facilitate trade with India

During an Australia India Business Council (AIBC) Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) of members held on 5 April, 2018 in Sydney, members approved an historic transformation of the AIBC constitution to ensure a more business focused direction. The constitutional changes come ahead of the release of India Economic Strategy and have been approved to ensure that: […]

Day two in Mumbai

Premier Gladys Berejiklian met Sachin Tendulkar in Mumbai as they spoke about the upcoming 2020 World T20 being hosted by Australia and Sachin’s deep connections with Australia, including that the SCG is his favourite cricket ground outside of India. She visited young players with Greater Western Sydney Giants star Jess Dal Pos at St Columba Girls […]

India and Australia: Dynamic ties reach a new height

  By Rekha Bhattacharjee It was a 2008 review of the Indo-Australian bilateral relations by two University of Adelaide academics (Peter Mayer and Purnendra Jain) which gave us this apt descriptive phrase – silence punctuated by hiccups. If the media reports, and Australian government press releases, are to be believed, the hiccups would be soon […]

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