Indian High Commissioner Navdeep Suri said that during his four-day visit, the Minister will meet New South Wales Premier Mike Baird, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, Treasurer Scott Morrison, Finance Minister Mathias Corman and Energy and Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg.

Suri said that Jaitley might also call on Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Describing Jaitley's schedule as 'a packed and productive one', Suri said: "The visit gives us the opportunity to engage with Australia at multiple levels."

He added that the engagements would cover a wide range of sectors including manufacturing, technology, service, financial and superannuation funds, and the Finance Minister will meet business leaders from the different sectors.

Jaitley is arriving in Sydney on March 29 and will be accompanied by high-powered Indian business delegations from both CII and FICCI besides a top level team including senior representatives from the Ministry of Finance, RBI and SEBI.

Jaitley would woo Australia's trillion dollars superannuation funds industry to invest in India's infrastructure plans. He will meet top 25 CEOs and executives of Australia's largest superannuation funds at the 'Invest in India Roundtable' here next Friday.

He would also deliver the K R Narayanan Oration in Canberra at Australian National University on 'The New Economics of Financial Inclusion' and participate in a panel discussion at the University of Melbourne.

In Canberra, Jaitley would address the Indian community from all across Australia at a special reception organised by the Indian High Commission.

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