By Dominic Whiting BANGKOK, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Australia said on Tuesday free trade talks with Thailand were entering a crucial phase, with the Southeast Asian country's high tariffs on farm and auto products and closed services sector among the main sticking points. Australia's chief negotiator, Justin Brown, said the pace of talks in the next six months would determine whether a 2004 target for signing a free trade agreement (FTA) would be met. Brown said after two preparatory rounds ...
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