BANGKOK, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Thailand expects to seal a free trade agreement (FTA) with Australia by May and finish off negotiations with the United States and China by 2005, senior government officials said on Wednesday. Thailand and Australia, which announced a deal in principle last October, still had to work out a dispute settlement mechanism and certain rules governing investors, said Karoon Kittisathaporn, Permanent Secretary at the Commerce Ministry. "If we could finish off all the ...
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