Govt asks exporters to utilise and reap benefits of India-Australia FTA

There is a need to go beyond the usual buyer-seller meets and get more aggressive towards their ways to sell products in the Australian market, people aware of the matter told Business Standard

Union Minister Piyush Goyal addressing joint press conference between India and Australia.
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Shreya Nandi New Delhi
With the India-Australia economic cooperation and trade agreement (ECTA) set to kick in from January, the government is now pushing exporters to work out a strategy to utilise and reap the benefits of the trade deal.

There is a need to go beyond the usual buyer-seller meets and get more aggressive towards selling products in the Australian market, people aware of the matter told Business Standard.
 
“The government signed a trade deal with Australia, but going ahead, the FTA (free-trade agreement) utilisation will be the key that will depend on exporters and importers. The commerce department has been doing outreach

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First Published: Nov 23 2022 | 8:03 PM IST

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