CANBERRA – Australia's government must approach free-trade agreement (FTA) negotiations with China with the objective of delivering tangible benefits for the automotive industry, says Federal Chamber of the Automotive Industries CEO Peter Sturrock. “The negotiations need to address a wide range of tariff and non-tariff issues affecting access to the Chinese market for automotive products and services,” Sturrock says. “In particular, effective protection of intellectual property is a key ...

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