Liberalisation of Trade and Rationalisation of Tariffs for Australian Wines under the India-Australia CECA

The objective of this study was to analyse the importance of ‘wine’ in the context of India-Australia trade agreement and bilateral discussions, identity the trade barriers and propose a framework for trade liberalisation, which is mutually beneficial. This study aims to provide inputs to policy makers in India and Australia for their trade negotiations.

Output: The Final Report has been released in a Webinar on June 2, 2022 by Mr. Manpreet Vohra, High Commissioner, High Commission of India, Canberra, Australia, Ms. Sarah Storey, Chargé d’Affaires, Australian High Commission, India & Mr. Kuntal Sensarma, Economic Advisor – Economic and Trade Division, Abattoir and NMPPB, Skill Development, FSSAI, Ministry of Food Processing Industry (MoFPI), Government of India


Liberalisation of Wine Trade under India-Australia CECA
Author(s): Dr. Arpita Mukherjee, Ms. Drishti Vishwanath


Op-Ed Articles:

India-Australia Enhancing Trade, Investment & Cooperation, co-authored with Avantika Kapoor in ‘Diplomacy and Beyond’ magazine, October 2017, pgs 16-18.