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The Australian auto industry cautiously welcomes the signing of a free-trade agreement between Australia and Malaysia. The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries says in a short unattributed statement it recognizes the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s efforts to reduce automotive non-tariff barriers. But the statement indicates the industry organization believes more work needs to be done on the FTA signed by Australian Trade Minister Craig Emerson in Kuala Lumpur and ...
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