Australian delegation to Vizag today to explore opportunities

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Amarnath said the delegation includes 90 business leaders representing more than 60 organizations dealing with mining, minerals and METS, education, training and energy. It is led by Deputy Prime Minister Roger Cook. There will be meetings between delegates and government and business leaders, site visits, industry briefings and roundtables, one-to-one business matchmaking and networking events. — Image from DC File

VIJAYAWADA, : A 90-member trade delegation from Western Australia will travel to Visakhapatnam on Saturday to explore opportunities for mutual collaboration in investment, trade and export.

This visit is important after the renewal of the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) between India and Australia. The CAMC reaffirms the commitment of both countries to the liberalization and deepening of bilateral trade in goods and services.

Announcing the visit, Industry Minister Gudivada Amarnath said the delegation will meet with various industry associations to strengthen trade relations between Western Australia and Andhra Pradesh. This will help promote AP as a destination for tourism, education, business and investment. The delegation comes as part of its scheduled eight-day visit to India from July 12-19. Delegates will also travel to Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai.

Amarnath said the delegation includes 90 business leaders representing more than 60 organizations dealing with mining, minerals and METS, education, training and energy. It is led by Deputy Prime Minister Roger Cook.

There will be meetings between delegates and government and business leaders, site visits, industry briefings and roundtables, one-to-one business matchmaking and networking events.

The minister revealed that to strengthen bilateral relations between the PA and Western Australia, it is proposed to sign a letter of intent fostering closer engagements between the two parties. This will help the AP government work in tandem on “windows of opportunity” in various priority areas of the state.

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