Thailand’s Constitution Court is being asked to annul the Thai Australian Free Trade Area agreement on grounds the government entered into it unconstitutionally two years ago. The pact, in part, dropped Thailand's tariffs on large Australian-built cars from 80% to zero and also reduced by 50% tariffs on Australia’s midsize passenger vehicles. Thailand, in return, gained increased access to the Australian light-truck market. Senators Kraisak Choonhavan and Nirand Pitakwachara, along with ...
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