New Delhi: Australia will take part in ‘Make in India’ Week with a delegation of 30 government and business leaders representing a range of Australian expertise in multiple sectors.
Acting Australian High Commissioner Chris Elstoft said his country’s engagement in Make in India Week would be an important step in helping convert business opportunities into outcomes for the two nations, said a media release from the Australian High Commission on Friday.
“Each of the sectors from Australian business taking part in the event will be crucial to India achieving its ‘Make in India’ dream,” he said.
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“As Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi suggested when he visited Australia, in every area of national priority for India, he sees Australia as a natural partner…”
The sectors represented include energy, resources and water, industrial design, infrastructure investment, pharmaceutical research, agribusiness, metals recycling for manufacturing inputs, and agribusiness.