Thailand’s trade pact eliminates import tariff on Holden Commodore and other large Australian cars. CANBERRA – Australia and Thailand agree on a free-trade pact that will see Thailand's tariffs on large Australian-built cars drop from 80% to zero on the day the treaty is signed. The pact also reduces by 50% Thailand’s tariff on Australia’s midsize passenger vehicles, to take effect immediately. Thailand, in return, gains increased access to the Australian light-truck market. ...
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