Piyush Goyal in Melbourne on a three-day visit to Australia

Piyush said the India-Australia trade pact will raise bilateral trade from the present USD 26-27 billion to USD 100 billion by 2030, much faster than the initial expectation of rising to $50 billion in five years.

Piyush Goyal in Melbourne on a three-day visit to Australia
Piyush Goyal in Melbourne on a three-day visit to Australia. Credits — Twitter (@piyushgoyal )

Union Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal paid a visit to the University of Melbourne as part of his three-day visit to Australia. The minister expressed the deep bonds of friendship, brotherhood and trust that Prime Ministers Scott Morrison and Narendra Modi have built over the last few years despite the geopolitical situation.

Piyush said the India-Australia trade pact will raise bilateral trade from the present USD 26-27 billion to USD 100 billion by 2030, much faster than the initial expectation of rising to USD 50 billion in five years.

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