Aanzfta Agreement Text

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Users are invited to report agreements, errors or omissions via the online contact form. Download the full legal text of the AANZFTA agreement or read the text chapter by chapter below. 4.47 DFAT informed the Committee that clarity and user-friendliness were among the stated objectives of DFAT in the AANZFTA negotiations. [46] Australian exporters would only have to examine a handful of tariff headings with a uniform standard nomenclature and related rules of origin to decide whether they should use the AANZNA or the bilateral free trade agreement if it were available. [47] 4.56 Given the obvious inequalities resulting from TAFTA, the Committee stresses the importance of Australia being able to achieve positive results in such negotiations. It also stresses the importance of knowing exactly what the benefits or costs of such agreements are once they have been concluded. 4.49 The Committee takes note of the recommendation of the Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation that multilateral agreements be considered the instrument of choice when small volumes of trade are distributed among ASEAN countries. .



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