CANBERRA – Six months into a free-trade agreement with the U.S., Australian vehicle and components exporters have yet to see the anticipated benefits. Analysts say this is because it is up to business to take advantage of the agreement. Austrade Chief Economist Tim Harcourt tells The Australian national newspaper that drawing upon Australia's Closer Economic Relations trade pact with New Zealand as an example, the benefits will take time to flow through. Holden Monaro exported to ...
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