Modi in Australia ”“ 4 cities in 4 days



Prime Minister Narendra Modi  

15 ”“ 16 November : Mr Modi will attend G20 summit with 20 heads of 20 nations. The Group of Twenty (G20) is a group of major advanced and emerging economies. The G20 includes 19 countries and the European Union. The G20 is the premier forum for its members’ international economic cooperation. Brisbane is the host city for the G20  Leaders’ Summit  in 2014. The summit will be held on 15 and 16 November at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, South Bank.

In 2014, G20 members are building the resilience of the global economy by: Delivering on the G20’s core  financial regulation reforms; Modernising the international tax system  to keep pace with the changing ways people and companies do business; Reforming global institutions  to ensure countries that are reshaping the global economy have a greater voice and keep the institutions relevant; Strengthening energy market resilience, Improving the operation of global energy markets for greater efficiency and transparency; Identifying  how the G20 can help  strengthen the global trading system, which comprises the World Trade Organization and more than 400 bilateral and regional free trade agreements and sector-specific agreements. Biggest and the last of all is ”˜Adressing Corruption’. Indians in India and worldwide have rallied with Prime Minister Mr Modi for all the black money to be brought back to India from foreign banks.

Mr Modi will also unveil Gandhi’s statue in a park in Brisbane. There may be some functions with local community details not specified.

November 17, 4.15pm to 7.30pm: Indian community in Australia welcomes Mr Narendra Modi in an all public event at the All Phones Arena at Sydney Olympic Park.

November 18, Morning: Mr Modi’s formal address at the Australian Parliament, Canberra.

November 18, CEO Forum organised by Australia India Institute

November 18, 2.30 to 5.30pm: A session with Mr Modi with business leaders across the country and with AIBC members hosted by Governor of Victoria.

November 18: A dinner reception by Prime Minister Tony Abbott in honour of Prime Minister Mr Narendera Modi at Melbourne Cricket Grounds.

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