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Bare-ly Travelled In Last 2 Years

Before the outbreak of the pandemic, the Indian government had halted all travel in March 2020, and the Indian government had suspended all travel in March 2020. After a long span of two years, the ban has been uplifted

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India And Western Australia Have Enormous Trade Potential: Roger Cook

Deputy Premier of Western Australia Roger Cook lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi's commitment to make India an expansive economic powerhouse and said that the pace at which the developments happened around ECTA speaks volumes about the Indian government's commitment to enhance the trade ties between the two countries

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FTA With EU, UK, Australia Need Of The Hour: Adarsh Sharma, Primus Partners

The government has also made significant efforts to reciprocate these outreach efforts and coordinate to develop a more comprehensive trade partnership that would help India increase its exports, said Sharma

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Japan Slams Australian State's Steep Coal Royalty Hike

In unusually strong language, Shingo Yamagami raised "great concern" about Queensland's royalty hike announced in June, a move made without consulting the mining industry after a 10-year freeze

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Australia Proposes To Extend Gas Security Policy Until 2030

The extension would ensure the availability of the so-called Australian Domestic Gas Security Mechanism (ADGSM) while checks are made to improve the existing process, Resources Minister Madeleine King said

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Samsung Australia Fined $9.7 Million For Claims Of False Water-Resistance

Samsung Australia has admitted to misleading buyers of some of its 'Galaxy' phones about the water-resistance level

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Australia Provides Emergency Food Assistance To Crisis-hit Sri Lanka

It will support health services, and economic recovery with a strong emphasis on protecting those at risk, especially women and girls, the release said

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Quad Important For Free And Open Indo-Pacific: Japanese PM

Kishida arrived in Singapore on Friday to deliver the keynote speech at Asia's premier defence conclave, the Shangri-La Dialogue

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India-Australia Trade To Be At $100 Bn By 2030: Goyal

“We offer you transparency. We offer you our trust and rule of law. We are two democratic nations, two people who love sports, both are members of the Commonwealth,” he said.

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India, Australia Ink Economic Cooperation And Trade Pact To Boost Ties

Australia is offering zero duty access to India for about 96.4 per cent of exports (by value) from day one. This covers many products which currently attract 4-5 per cent customs duty in Australia

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Signing IndAus ECTA In Short Span Shows Mutual Confidence Between 2 Nations: Modi

Indian and Australian ministers also expressed their views on the growing strength of the relationship between the two countries before signing the agreement

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India, Australia To Sign Interim Trade Deal Today

Growing India-Australia economic and commercial relations contribute to the stability and strength of a rapidly diversifying and deepening relationship between the two countries, as per the statement

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India, Australia May Finalise Trade Deal By Year End

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Indian Prime Minster Narendra Modi held a virtual summit on Monday evening to discuss economic, defence and technological cooperation, as well as the war in Ukraine

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India Australia Virtual Summit: Modi, Morrison Reviews Progress Made Under CSP

According to the official statement, both the leaders expressed satisfaction at the progress made under the comprehensive strategic partnership established during the 1st virtual summit in June 2020

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Australia Bans Alumina Exports To Russia, Sources Coal For Ukraine

Australia has so far imposed a total of 476 sanctions on 443 individuals, including businessmen close to Russian President Vladimir Putin, and 33 entities, including most of Russia's banking sector and all entities responsible for the country's sovereign debt

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