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Syllabus of the Subject: India-Australia Exhaustive Economic Cooperation Agreement.

  1. Introduction to the Exhaustive Economic Cooperation Agreement between India and Australia;
  2. Institutional Framework for Economic Cooperation;
  3. Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between India and Australia;
  4. Trade Relations between Australia and India.

India-Australia Exhaustive Economic Cooperation Agreement
India-Australia Economic Cooperation Agreement

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India-Australia Economic Cooperation Agreement.

Status of the India-Australia Exhaustive Economic Cooperation Agreement - Proposed/Under consultation and study

  1. In 2008, a Joint Study Group was created to examine the possibilities for establishing a Free Trade Agreement between India and Australia;
  2. An exhaustive
  3. agreement would assist in broadening the base of the bilateral trade of products by addressing tariff barriers and behind border restrictions on the International trade in goods;
  4. A Free Trade Agreement (FTA) could facilitate the trade in services growth by reducing the Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT);
  5. The welfare gains for India and Australia could be between 0.15 and 1.14% of the GDP for India and 0.23 and 1.17% of the gross domestic product for Australia.

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International Trade India-Australia.

  1. Foreign trade between Australia and India has grown strongly over recent years;
  2. Trade between Australia and India reached USD 16 billion, of which the international trade in goods was the largest component, at USD 12.9 billion;
  3. Bilateral trade in services has risen markedly off a low base and amounted to USD 3.1 billion;
  4. India is one of the fastest growing markets for the Australian products and services;
  5. India is the third largest Australian export market for wool (50% of wool imports of India);
  6. Exported products from India to Australia reached USD 1.45 billion, while services exported to Australia were USD 529 million;
  7. India exports a range of services to Australia, including the information technology, software, and Business Process Outsourcing;
  8. Indian foreign direct investment (FDI) in Australia has augmented in the recent years;
  9. Top sector for the foreign direct investment is hospitality, manufacturing, software, banking, and telecommunications sectors.

The India-Australia Free Trade Agreement (FTA) is an inter-civilization agreement between the Hindu Economic Area and Oceania (Western Civilization).

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