Australian Trade Minister: U.K. FTA a Win for Exporters

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    Jun.15 — Australia Trade Minister Dan Tehan discusses the country’s free trade agreement with the U.K. For Australia, this would be the latest in a string of bilateral free-trade deals signed in the past decade with nations including Japan, South Korea and Indonesia, as well as with the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, or CPTPP. It’s also in negotiations to join a pact with the European Union. Tehan speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.”

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