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93. Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement To Begin Negotiations

In July, this year, The Hon Steven Ciobo, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, will be going to Lima, Peru for first round negotiations in hopes to acquire a Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement. As Ciobo pointed in his statement on Wednesday,

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78. ChAFTA & SAFTA Amendments to Push Forward

On the 24th of March, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, The Hon Steven Ciobo, with China's Commerce Minister Zhong Shan signed a document regarding the ChAFTA that will underpin greater trade investment between China and Australia. The docu

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65. Trump Rejects Trans-Pacific Partnership

Newly sworn in United States President Donald Trump has officially signed an executive order withdrawing from the Trans-pacific Partnership, now consisting of 11 countries (Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru,

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63. 7000 Tariffs Cut Under ChAFTA

As of the 1st of 2017, 7000 tariff cuts under ChAFTA came into effect. These cuts include products such as Australian bottled wine, ice cream, seafood, fruit, live meat, etc. most of which are now at the halfway point of the ChAFTA's tariffs dismantl

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57. Free Trade for the UK

Last Wednesday (30th December), Steven Ciobo, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, met with the UK's International Trade Minister, Lord Price to discuss a proposed Australia-UK free trade agreement once the Brexit leave is completed.

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54. Trans-Pacific Uncertainty

On the 4th February, 2016, one of the most important free trade agreements in Australia's history began it's 2 ratification period. The Trans-Pacific Partnership is agreement that will cut over 18,000 tariffs between 12 pacific rim countries includin

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43. The Final Review of the Singapore Australia Free Trade Agreement

On the 13th of October, Minister for Trade, Steven Ciobo MP together with his Singaporean counterpart Lim Hng Kiang signed 3rd Review of the Singapore-Australia Free Trade Agreement, formalising the end of the review period for the FTA and the announ

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