Indonesia: Indonesia Concludes Negotiations on FTA with Australia

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After more than seven years of intermittent talks, Indonesia has concluded negotiations on a Free Trade Agreement with Australia. The Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) provides preferential access for a number of Australian agricultural products. Importantly, IA-CEPA also provides a framework for addressing non-tariff measures and allows for automatic issuance of import permits for Australian live cattle, frozen beef, sheep meat, feed grains, citrus products, carrots and potatoes.

Indonesia: Indonesia Concludes Negotiations on FTA with Australia

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