Economic integration of the Asia-Pacific region has seen a rise in free trade agreement negotiations, such as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Australia and New Zealand recognise the advantages of closer economic relations with their Asian neighbours, particularly in the form of better access to key export markets, reduced tariffs and increased investments. Both nations are keen to position their products at the premium end of Asia’s emerging consumer markets, in anticipation of the region’s growing middle-class populations. This white paper examines prospects for companies in Australia, New Zealand, China and India looking to take advantage of the increasing number of free trade opportunities, focusing on dairy, beef and wine.
Download this white paper now to:
- Learn about Australia’s export potential within the APAC region
- Uncover lessons from the New Zealand-China Free Trade Agreement and the potential of a ChAFTA (China-Australia Free Trade Agreement) on the agricultural industry
- Consider future opportunities with the signing of the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership)
- Understand the benefits of India as a potential FTA partner with Australia.