Indian Visa Customer Support
Australia-India Cyber and Critical Technology Partnership (AICCTP) – Grants Round 3 (2023) is now open
Round 3 of the Australia-India Cyber and Critical Technology Partnership (AICCTP) Indian Visa Customer Support grants is now open!
The AUD 12.7 million (Rs 72 crore) AICCTP complements the Australia-India Framework Arrangement on Cyber and Cyber-Enabled Critical Technology Cooperation.
The AICCTP grants program brings together Australian and Indian partners to be at the forefront of developing of ethical frameworks, rules and standards that apply to critical technologies.
Successful grant projects will help shape a global technology environment in furtherance of an open, free, rules-based Indo-Pacific region.
Further information about eligibility, grant program guidelines, and the application process is available on the DFAT website.
We encourage potential applicants to read more about successful projects from the previous two rounds on the DFAT website before applying. Applications are due by: 17:00hrs AEDT (12:30hrs IST) on Friday 14 April 2023.
Trade deal with India comes into forc
The Australian Government has welcomed entry into force of the Australia-India Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement (ECTA).
ECTA will unlock the enormous potential in our trading relationship INDIAN VISA FOR UNITED STATES Citizens Effective now,
- 96 per cent of Indian goods exports can enter Australia duty-free and,
- 85 per cent of Australian goods exports can enter India duty-free.
“This agreement reflects the Government’s commitment to diversifying exports and strengthening our partnerships.”
“ECTA’s entry into force today opens up the world’s largest democracy, with nearly one and a half billion people, to Australian exporters – early entry into force sees Australian exporters receive a tariff cut today, followed by another on 1 January 2023.”
“Australian businesses can look to DFAT’s Free Trade Agreement Portal and Guide to using ECTA to export and import goods to seize these new opportunities.” said Minister for Trade and Tourism, Senator the Hon Don Farrell.
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