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Vaile clears way for Sino-Aust FTA

October 3, 2018
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All key issues have been resolved between China and Australia aheadof negotiations over a free trade agreement, Trade Minister MarkVaile says. (Sydney Morning Herald — 10 March, 2005)
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Trade Minister Mark Vaile is flying to China to discuss what could become the most important free trade deal (FTA) ever for Australian farmers The Federal Opposition says Australias bargaining pos (ABC News — 8 March, 2005)
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China and Australia have agreed to include all sectors of their economies in any free trade agreement (FTA) negotiations Australian Trade Minister Mark Vaile says all issues of major importance ha (ABC News — 10 March, 2005)
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A free trade deal with China may take up to five years to negotiatebut it would cover contentious areas including cuts to Australia’stextile and clothing tariffs, Trade Minister Mark Vaile said onMonday. (Australian Financial Review — 7 March, 2005)
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A free trade deal with China may take up to five years to negotiatebut will cover contentious areas including cuts to Australia’stextile and clothing tariffs. (Sydney Morning Herald — 7 March, 2005)
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Federal Cabinet will be asked to consider beginning talks on a free-trade deal with China after “all-encompassing negotiations” were given the green light by Beijing, it was reported today. (The Australian — 11 March, 2005)
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Australia and China are on the verge of starting work on a freetrade agreement after agreeing everything would be on thenegotiating table. (Sydney Morning Herald — 10 March, 2005)
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Mark Vaile is urging wavering cabinet colleagues against scuppering the free trade pact with China, saying the deal had the potential for even greater economic benefits than the multi-billion dollar agreement with the US. (The Australian — 18 hours ago)
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Canberra has warned Beijing to put all sectors of its economy on the table, including agriculture, if bilateral trade talks between Australia and China are to proceed. (The Australian — 8 March, 2005)
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China has urged Australia to keep Taiwan out of its 50-year-old military alliance with the United States but refuses to confirm that it has asked Canberra to review the treaty The ANZUS (Australia (ABC News — 8 March, 2005)
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