Narendra Modi met with top multinational company leaders in Sydney to start his Australian tour. AustralianSuper CEO Paul Schroder visited PM Modi in Melbourne on Tuesday.
Prime Minister welcomed AustralianSuper to cooperate with India, citing its status as a top foreign investment destination. Schroder advises the board and manages the fund.
Schroder remarked, “Ours was the most impressive meeting” after meeting PM Modi. The Prime Minister is the most amazing businessperson and encourager.” “AustralianSuper does invest in India of course and in particular in the Indian infrastructure fund and we have had a very good experience investing in India,” he added.
PM Modi welcomed AustralianSuper CEO Paul Schroder to cooperate with India.
According to the ministry of external affairs, Prime Minister Modi welcomed AustralianSuper to cooperate with India, citing India’s status as one of the world’s most attractive major economies for foreign investment. PM Modi is visiting Australia for a three-day bilateral meeting with Anthony Albanese.
Modi was welcomed by Australian High Commissioner to India Barry O’Farrell and others in Sydney on Monday. The diaspora sang “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” and “Vande Mataram” to welcome him.
Modi visited Fortescue Future Industries’ executive chairman on Tuesday. Twiggy, the former CEO of Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) and current non-executive chairman, also owns mining and cattle station holdings. Modi met Hancock Prospecting Executive Chairman Gina Rinehart.
Australian mining mogul and entrepreneur Georgina Hope Rinehart AO is billionaire. Her father, Lang Hancock, founded Hancock Prospecting, a privately held mineral exploration and extraction corporation. Rinehart is its Executive Chairman.
According to the Australian government’s official statement, PM Modi and Australian PM Anthony Albanese will discuss trade and investment, including efforts to boost trade through a Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement, people-to-people links, renewable energy, and defense and security cooperation, at their bilateral meeting later this afternoon.
Australian High Commissioner to India Barry O’Farrell and others welcomed PM Modi to Sydney on Monday. The Indian diaspora welcomed him with “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” and “Vande Mataram.” In an exclusive interview with “The Australian,” PM Modi said he wants to take relations with Australia to the “next level,” including greater defense ties to promote a “open and free” Indo-Pacific.
PM Modi told Cameron Stewart in an exclusive interview that the Indo-Pacific faces climate change, natural catastrophes, terrorism, security of sea routes of communication, piracy, and illicit fishing.
Prime Minister Modi called his Australian colleague Anthony Albanese a “dear friend” and said the fast-growing Indian community in Canberra was strengthening New Delhi-Canberra relations. Our relationship relies on people-to-people interactions. PM Modi noted the Australian Indian diaspora has grown.
“We have progressed significantly in defence, security, investment, education, water, climate change and renewable energy, sports, science, health, culture, among others,” Prime Minister Modi told ‘The Australian’ newspaper.
On December 29, 2018, India and Australia signed an ECTA. Last financial year, India-Australia trade crossed USD 31 billion. PM Modi and James Marape co-chaired the third Forum for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) conference in Papua New Guinea before departing for Australia.
He met with various international leaders in Japan for the G7 summit. Hiroshima hosted the Quad Summit alongside the G7 summit.