India

India – Mumbai

The NSW Government Trade & Investment Office in Mumbai is located at:
85, 3 North Avenue, Maker Maxity,
Bandra Kurla Complex,
Bandra (East),
Mumbai 400 051, India

Rohit Manchanda

Mr Rohit Manchanda
Commissioner, Trade & Investment - India
Phone: +91 22 6770 3031
Fax: +91 22 6770 3039
Email: rohit.manchanda@sydneyaustralia.com

NSW–India International Engagement Strategy

India NSW International Engagement StrategyThe NSW Government will focus its efforts in the following areas to grow our relationship with India across trade, investment, education and tourism:

  1. Collaborate to deliver world class infrastructure
  2. Export NSW capabilities to deliver smart cities in India
  3. Grow two-way tourism
  4. Increase skills and education exchanges with India
  5. Attract Indian investment into NSW, particularly in professional services, ICT and resources
  6. Grow NSW exports to India
  7. Facilitate the exchange of agriculture technology and expertise
  8. Grow partnerships with India.

The preparation of clear, short and achievable statements of government intent for each of our priority markets is an action under the NSW International Engagement Strategy (2013).

This strategy for engaging with India is a working document. It provided practical direction for the NSW Government across our trade, investment, resources, education, tourism, planning, cultural and infrastructure agencies.

The strategy will be regularly updated and reviewed in response to new opportunities and to support the growth in the NSW economy.

Read the full NSW–India International Engagement Strategy

Australia-India Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement

Australia and India have agreed to the development of a Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) between the two countries, with the agreement expected to be finalised during 2015. Greater trade engagement with India is expected to benefit businesses in NSW through increased export opportunities for:

  • resources and energy and related services
  • agriculture and agricultural services
  • education services
  • information and communications technology
  • professional services
  • the visitor economy.

NSW and India's mining and resources relationship is significant, and the state will focus its future efforts in the building and construction, professional services, resources and energy, and technology sectors.