CANBERRA – The Australia government is welcoming a decision by trade ministers from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to recommend formal negotiations for free-trade agreements with Australia and New Zealand. "It is incredibly important that we move to this much higher level of economic integration within our region, within our neighborhood," says Australian Trade Minister Mark Vaile. "The decision builds on our strong network of bilateral trade and investment links ...
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