Australia: Increased Market Access Under the TPP-11 Agreement

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Australia is expected to improve its global competitiveness as the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) Agreement is likely to reduce tariffs and provide significant market access in key markets. Australian beef, pork, fruits, wine and grains are likely to benefit from the preferential treatment and new trade facilitation arrangements provided under CPTPP. 

Australia: Increased Market Access Under the TPP-11 Agreement 

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