CANBERRA, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Australia and Japan have started work on a two-year joint study into a possible free trade deal, Australia Trade Minister Mark Vaile said on Wednesday. Last year, Japan's exports to Australia totalled 1.3 trillion yen ($12.16 billion) and its imports from the country amounted to 2.1 trillion yen, Japanese government data has shown. Japan is Australia's biggest export market and Australia is Japan's fourth-largest source of imports. "Both countries have now ...
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