ACBC President John Brumby warmly welcomed the signing of the FTA which will help bolster Australian agribusiness, manufacturing, tourism, education, finance and professional services, with the potential to transform the Australia China economic relationship.
“This is a great development for Australia and can help take the Australia China relationship to the next level,” Mr Brumby said.
“China’s economic rebalancing is generating greater demand for consumer goods, premium products and professional services. Australian goods and services are recognised as being of a high quality, and ChAFTA will help reduce the barriers for Australian companies as they seek to enter an increasingly competitive market.”
“Currently Australian companies face tariffs of up to 40% on exported goods to China. ChAFTA will ensure that Australian companies can compete on a level playing field with those countries holding existing FTAs and will give us a significant advantage over some of our largest competitors including the US, EU and Canada.”
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"This is a momentous day – an absolutely momentous, historic day – for our two countries " The Hon Tony Abbott MP
The China Australia Free Trade Agreement has been signed in Canberra today, during a ceremony attended by Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, and China’s Commerce Minister Gao Hucheng. Senior ACBC representatives were honored to attend the high level signing and lunch at the National Gallery of Australia.