India and Australia enjoy historically excellent bilateral relations. And this friendship has been further strengthened by the recently signed Free Trade Agreement between the two countries, which will enter into force on December 29th. Citing the same, Fiona Wong, partner and corporate immigration attorney at Gilton Valeo Lawyers, said in an exclusive conversation with Mint that the Australia-India Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement (AI-ECTA) will continue to grow over the next few years. said it opens up exciting immigration and visa possibilities. She also hinted that employment is likely to return. “Immigration has been and will continue to be a key driver of Australia’s economic development,” she said. Read the full interview here.