AIBC to welcome His Excellency Navdeep Suri in Sydney

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The Australia India Business Council (AIBC) is organising Welcome Event for HE Navdeep Suri, High Commissioner of India on Friday, 26 June 2015.

AIBC members and friends are invited to this very special event to welcome the new High Commissioner of India: HE Navdeep Suri

Mr Suri will also deliver the India Economic Update, following the first year of Indian NDA Government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Government.

According to recent research by Reuters, India’s economy will grow at its fastest pace in the current fiscal year, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi implements reforms to attract investment and create an unprecedented economic growth for India.

At a time when India is poised for tremendous growth HE Navdeep Suri appointment as High Commissioner India to Australia comes at a key moment in Australia-India bilateral trade and commercial relationship. Trade and investment between Australia and India is poised to grow in the next few years with negotiation of the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) likely to be completed by the end of 2015.

Mr Bryce Hutchesson

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Mr Hutchesson will present the Economic Update from an Australian perspective and provide a briefing on the current position of the CECA negotiations, Round 7 is being held in India in mid-June, along with the outcome from the first CEO Forum also being held in India in mid-June.

Date: Friday, 26 June 2015; Time: 5:30pm for a 6.00pm start to 8.30pm; Venue:  New CBA Office in Darling Quarter, Level 1, 11 Harbour Street Sydney NSW 2000 Cost: AIBC Members – Complimentary; non-members – $33 .00 (including GST).

Book now with Sam Dutt: Ph: (02) 8705 5613   Fax: (02) 8705 5611 E: nsw@aibc.org.au W: www.aibc.org.au

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