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Trade has always been at the forefront of Australian’s foreign policy, but never more so than in this era of globalisation.

Australia has a range of bilateral trade agreements with individual countries. It is also involved in a range of multilateral agreements with groups or regions of nations.

A particular emphasis in recent years has been the signing of free trade agreements.

Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement

DFAT Factsheets (PDF)

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