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INVEST IN
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An Essential Guide for International Investors.
The relationship between Australia and India is
Showcasing Australian exports
growing stronger as economic engagement intensifies. Invest in Australia – India will exhibit Australian industry,
As democratic members of the Asia-Pacific region, presenting companies’ solutions and services to an
Australia and India’s political and economic interests international audience. Invest in Australia will highlight
increasingly intersect. the sectors and states offering the most promise to
Both nations have considerably liberalised their Australian businesses, with focus on education and
economies over the past two decades and are looking training; resources, energy and mining; infrastructure
to the future with shared understanding that ongoing and construction; renewable energy; property and real
economic reform and international cooperation is estate and professional services. It will facilitate trade
required to sustain economic growth.
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India’s growth between Australia and India, allowing new industry
outlook upstages most Asian markets and cannot sectors and groups to meet and conduct business.
be ignored. Invest in Australia is particularly relevant in the context of
At a time when most Asian economies are recent official visits to India by senior ministers such as
experiencing contraction or slow growth, bilateral trade Julia Gillard, Simon Crean and Stephen Smith, as well
between Australia and India provides a possible means as the appointment of Peter Varghese as the new high
for Australian exporters to build on this success. commissioner of Australia to India.
Australia and India are currently working to develop a
Free-Trade Agreement, putting Australia in a prime position
to compliment India’s strong economic growth. Concerted
efforts to expand and diversify bilateral trade relations on
both sides of the Australia-India relationship will see the
two countries continue to enjoy a strong and productive
partnership. As Parliamentary Secretary for Trade, The
Honourable Anthony Byrne recently declared, ‘The
Australian Government looks forward to stronger investment
ties with India, which we hope will grow in tandem with our
healthy trading relationship’ (10 August 2009).
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FOOTnOTes:
1
Simon Crean, Australian Minister for Trade Address to the
Confederation of Indian Industry, New Delhi September 2, 2009
2
DFAT, 2009
3
Austrade, 2009.
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