South Australia has signed a historic ‘sister-state agreement’ with Rajasthan that would pave new ways to boost export and investment opportunities between the two states. The sister-state relationship between South Australia and Rajasthan is based on a two-way exchange of research, policy and technical capabilities. The agreement provides partnership and collaborative opportunities across key sectors where South Australian business can offer services and product support.
The agreement was signed by state trade and investment trade minister Martin Hamilton-Smithand Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. Hamilton-Smith said the State Government will work with the State of Rajasthan to share knowledge, exchange ideas and to produce economic prosperity.
The expertise within South Australia in sustainable water management will play a critical role to further improve water access and security for businesses and communities in the state. Rajasthan comprises about 10 per cent of India’s land mass and about five per cent of the country’s population, but has marginally over one per cent of the country’s water resources.
The state government will be leading trips to India, the Middle East and North Africa, South East Asia, North Asia, China, Europe and America.
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