The Australian Parliament has passed a bilateral free trade agreement with India. The agreements are crucial for Australia to diversify its exports from the struggling Chinese market to India and forge new bilateral trade relationships. The bills passed the House of Representatives easily on Monday and the Senate signed them into law on Tuesday.
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