Chinese- Australian Free Trade Agreement and How to Expedite the Current Negotiations

Trade between Australia and China has rapidly grown in the last few years, which is the main reason why both governments sought to strengthen their commercial relationship through a Free Trade Agreement (FTA). After Chinese President Hu Kintao´s visit to Australia in 2003, China accepted Australia´s...

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Autor Principal: Escobar Uribe, Gabriela
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Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Pregrado en Administración de Empresas 2016
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spelling ir-10726-10102020-08-09T01:03:08Z Chinese- Australian Free Trade Agreement and How to Expedite the Current Negotiations Escobar Uribe, Gabriela 382.4 Comercio exterior Comercio exterior Relaciones exteriores Inversiones extranjeras Trade between Australia and China has rapidly grown in the last few years, which is the main reason why both governments sought to strengthen their commercial relationship through a Free Trade Agreement (FTA). After Chinese President Hu Kintao´s visit to Australia in 2003, China accepted Australia´s proposal of a Free Trade Agreement (AUCFTA) between the two countries. Both governments signed the Australia –China Trade and Economic Framework, in which the feaseability of a bilateral free trade agreement would be explored. The Joint Feasibility Study was finalized in March 2005, and formal negotiations commenced the following month. After 18 rounds of negotiations between the parts, both parties are still looking to reach an agreement that satisfies their key interests and brings the most benefits for them both. There are three main topics of discussion around which the negotiations are taking place: The removal (or reduction) of tariff and non-tariff barriers; the removal (or reduction) of regulatory barriers; and the implementation of encouraging measures for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) between the two countries (AGDFA, 2007). Tables and Figures. Introduction. The Importance of Trade between China and Australia. China and Australia: Their Comparative Advantage. Negotiating with China. Conclusions. Recommendations. Bibliography. Tables and Figures. Administrador de Empresas Pregrado 2016-03-29T12:29:24Z 2017-02-10T17:59:28Z 2017-08-12T16:56:31Z 2016-03-29T12:29:24Z 2017-02-10T17:59:28Z 2017-08-12T16:56:31Z 2013 2013 info:eu-repo/semantics/acceptedVersion Tesis/Trabajo de grado - Monografía – Pregrado http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_7a1f http://hdl.handle.net/10726/1010 ADM00736 / E746c instname:Colegio de Estudios Superiores de Administración - CESA reponame:Biblioteca Digital – CESA repourl:https://repository.cesa.edu.co/ spa http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ info:eu-repo/semantics/restrictedAccess Acceso restringido Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International 21 páginas application/pdf application/pdf Australia China Pregrado en Administración de Empresas Colegio de Estudios Superiores de Administración – CESA
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Comercio exterior
Relaciones exteriores
Inversiones extranjeras
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Comercio exterior
Relaciones exteriores
Inversiones extranjeras
Escobar Uribe, Gabriela
Chinese- Australian Free Trade Agreement and How to Expedite the Current Negotiations
description Trade between Australia and China has rapidly grown in the last few years, which is the main reason why both governments sought to strengthen their commercial relationship through a Free Trade Agreement (FTA). After Chinese President Hu Kintao´s visit to Australia in 2003, China accepted Australia´s proposal of a Free Trade Agreement (AUCFTA) between the two countries. Both governments signed the Australia –China Trade and Economic Framework, in which the feaseability of a bilateral free trade agreement would be explored. The Joint Feasibility Study was finalized in March 2005, and formal negotiations commenced the following month. After 18 rounds of negotiations between the parts, both parties are still looking to reach an agreement that satisfies their key interests and brings the most benefits for them both. There are three main topics of discussion around which the negotiations are taking place: The removal (or reduction) of tariff and non-tariff barriers; the removal (or reduction) of regulatory barriers; and the implementation of encouraging measures for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) between the two countries (AGDFA, 2007).
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title Chinese- Australian Free Trade Agreement and How to Expedite the Current Negotiations
title_short Chinese- Australian Free Trade Agreement and How to Expedite the Current Negotiations
title_full Chinese- Australian Free Trade Agreement and How to Expedite the Current Negotiations
title_fullStr Chinese- Australian Free Trade Agreement and How to Expedite the Current Negotiations
title_full_unstemmed Chinese- Australian Free Trade Agreement and How to Expedite the Current Negotiations
title_sort chinese- australian free trade agreement and how to expedite the current negotiations
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