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These have given form and shape to Australia India relations. But traditional shared values are giving way to two-way trade that now exceeds $12 billion a year as both countries head full tilt for the commercial ties that bind.
The AIBC was set up in 1986 following recognition of the enormous trade potential between the two countries by the Prime Ministers of the day, Bob Hawke of Australia and Rajiv Gandhi of India.
A decade later, a visit to India by then Prime Minister John Howard, accompanied by a high-level business delegation, marked resurgence in the Australian Government’s commitment to the strengthening of relations between the two countries.
The largest ever delegation from Australia to India, led by the Australian Government’s Minister for Trade, followed in 2007 for the Joint Ministerial Business Council meeting in New Delhi.
Premier-led trade delegations from each state and increasing numbers of bilateral delegations and business groups demonstrate stronger and deeper commercial ties between the two countries.
The AIBC, which has representatives and members across all states and territories, is positioned so that members can capture the benefits of the continuing upward trend in two-way trade in goods and services between the two countries.
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