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Business Envoy April 2017 India [PDF 2 MB]
Welcome to a new edition of business envoy, focusing on India. Just over 25 years ago India was barely engaged in the global economy.
During my first year as High Commissioner in New Delhi I have been struck by the extent of Australia’s shared history with India.
From Bandar Seri Begawan: Education a central pillar of relationship.
Economic reforms and anti-corruption programs are expected to improve the ease of doing business in India for international enterprises.
India is not a market that can be tackled whole. Its complex democracy consisting of 29 diverse states requires a targeted approach.
Australia and India share aspirations that no country can reach alone.
The Centre for Quantum Computing in the University of New South Wales are working to develop a quantum computer.
Parampreet Singh believes that India is on the cusp of either a demographic dividend or a demographic disaster.
A mutual passion for sporting excellence has enhanced Australia’s education and trade relationship with India.
The Indian Government is actively looking for innovative solutions to help build health infrastructure for the 21st century.
India is looking for partners to help deliver its ambitious economic agenda, including infrastructure and 100 ‘Smart Cities’.
Rajasthan has a sister-state agreement with South Australia. Andhra Pradesh has a sister-state relationship with Western Australia.
Trade and investment statistics.
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Business Envoy is a quarterly online publication that connects DFAT with business.