The power to deal : the domestic origins of the shift in Australia's trade policy in the 1990s and early 2000s
In mid-1997 the Cabinet of the Howard government decided to approve the negotiation of explicitly preferential trade agreements, overturning a political consensus that had developed over the preceding five decades that trade policy should be non·discriminatory. The move indicated a fundamental shift in the intent of trade policy, from being primarily a tool for productivity-enhancing domestic economic reform to become much more closely integrated with the government's domestic and...[Show more]
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