The Australian auto industry endorses a Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade zone, but only if it gives auto makers genuine reciprocal market access through bilateral and multilateral trade agreements. The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries says while it welcomes Australia’s involvement in the TPP, its support is conditional upon the Australian government gaining access to overseas markets equivalent to what now exists for foreign auto makers in the domestic market. The leaders of ...
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