Australia's market access agenda towards Japan
The Australian Government’s trade policy with Japan since the 1980s has aimed to improve market access in the hope of addressing Australia’s dependence on a narrow range of commodity exports. When bilateral negotiations proved almost completely unsuccessful in diversifying or expanding exports, Australia decided to pursue its bilateral goals through multilateral negotiations. This approach was successful in the cases of the beef and rice markets, especially when the weight of the United States...[Show more]
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