Australia and India agree to draft new trade pact

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  • Thursday, 19 May 2005

SYDNEY, Australia: Australia and India agreed Thursday to draft an economic blueprint that will help expand their already burgeoning trade and investment links. 

Australian Trade Minister Mark Vaile and Indian Commerce and Industry Minister Hon Kamal Nath agreed at a meeting in Sydney to start work on a trade and economic framework. 

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