Thursday March 04, 2021
The Morrison Government has reviewed the Australia-China Free Trade Agreement, declaring it a win for business and consumers despite lingering concerns, particularly for beef producers.
In 2015, Australia’s Trade and Investment Minister Andrew Robb and Chinese Commerce Minister Gao Hucheng signed the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement in Canberra, as Prime Minister Tony Abbott looked on. (Supplied)
The government called for submissions on the five-year, post-implementation review last year, and quietly published its report on a website this week.