CANBERRA – Australia announces today the start of formal negotiations for a free-trade agreement with China. China has agreed to a broad-ranging Trade and Economic Framework that the government here hopes will generate substantial spin-offs for Australian companies. Included in the initial agreement is a commitment to conduct a feasibility study of a free-trade deal between China and Australia, which is expected to take up to two years to complete. Two-way trade with China ...

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