IABCA FEATURED RESOURCES

India Economic Strategy To 2035
A report to the Australian Government
by Peter N Varghese AO

The India Economic Strategy is an ambitious plan to transform Australia's economic partnership with India out to 2035. Getting the Strategy right will strengthen the resilience of the Australian economy and help realise India's aspirations.

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Australia Economic Strategy Report
A report by Amb. Anil Wadhwa in collaboration with CII

 

The AES report has been prepared as a response to India Economic Strategy report 2035 released by Australia in November 2018. The report has been put together by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) team, led by Ambassador Anil Wadhwa, Former Secretary (EAST), Ministry of External Affairs, with a contribution from KPMG in India. 

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Australia’s Diaspora Advantage: Realising the potential for building transnational business networks with Asia

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Securing Australia’s Future project 11, Australia’s Diaspora Advantage: Realising the potential for building transnational business networks with Asia, explores the phenomenon and potential of Australian Asian business diasporas. The report maps the Asian business diasporas in Australia and explorese how these diasporas participate and contribute to enterprise and innovation. IABCA is featured as a successful case study in this report.

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The ORF Foreign Policy

Survery 2021

ORF provides non-partisan, independent analyses and inputs on matters of security, strategy, economy, development, energy and global governance to diverse decision makers (governments, business communities, academia and civil society). 

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Our Alliance

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Australia India Institute

The Australia India Institute (AII), established in 2008, is the premier Australian centre dedicated to the study of India and the bilateral relationship. The Institute produces quality, high impact research on contemporary India specialising in the areas of equity, education, health, infrastructure, and governance.  

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Advance.org

Advance.org is the professional network for global Australians. We support international career paths and provide a bridge for skills and knowledge acquired overseas to be leveraged for Australia’s benefit. Advance.org recognises and celebrates the achievements of global Australians who are at the forefront of their respective fields, to inspire future generations and encourage a global outlook.

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Asialink Business

Asialink Business provides tailored solutions to help businesses seize the potential of diverse Asian and Indo-Pacific markets. Asialink Business equip organisations in all sectors to become Asia ready, by developing critical capabilities, insights and connections, to engage and negotiate the complexities of the region.

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Export Council of Australia

The Export Council of Australia (ECA) has a long, proud history of supporting Australian international business. ECA  has been supporting companies to grow internationally for over 60 years.
 

The ECA has the development of Australia’s resources via the promotion of Australian industry in international markets as our primary goal. 

Indo-Australian Chamber
of Commerce

Indo-Australian Chamber of Commerce brings together over 500 companies to emerge as the single most premier platform for trade promotion between India and Australia.

 

These 500 members include, leading Australian and Indian companies doing business across and between the two countries. IABCA is pleased to have signed an MOU with IACC in 2019 in Queensland.

Australia India Business Council

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The Australia India Business Council Ltd (AIBC) is the only national body representing bi-lateral trade and investment relations between Australia and India. The AIBC is a national membership organisation with active chapters across Australia.

 

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Indo-Australian Chamber
of Commerce

Indo-Australian Chamber of Commerce brings together over 500 companies to emerge as the single most premier platform for trade promotion between India and Australia.

 

These 500 members include, leading Australian and Indian companies doing business across and between the two countries. IABCA is pleased to have signed an MOU with IACC in 2019 in Queensland.