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Australia and New Zealand

(In Trade)
September 13, 2016

Commerce to issue CVD orders on imports from Brazil and Korea, and antidumping duties on imports from Australia, Brazil, Japan, Korea the Netherlands, Turkey and the UK.


(Daily News)
September 09, 2016

Australia's Joint Standing Committee on Treaties -- the parliamentary body in charge of reviewing trade agreements -- will begin an inquiry into the Trans-Pacific Partnership at its first meeting next week, marking Nov. 23 as the earliest date the country could potentially ratify the deal.


(Daily News)
September 01, 2016

Participants in the negotiations for a Trade in Services Agreement are resuming their push toward a year-end conclusion -- despite the fact that a much-anticipated July negotiating round did not advance matters enough on the annexes or the institutional issues to ensure they could meet that goal, Geneva and private-sector sources said this week.


(Daily News)
August 18, 2016

Australia's new shadow trade minister, Jason Clare, and his Labor Party representing the opposition in the Australian Senate are facing pressure to come out against the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a move that could effectively stymie the TPP ratification process in Australia.


(In Trade)
August 08, 2016

“It levels the playing field with imports to provide fair and sustainable market prices for American steel, a critical step in restoring balance to the market.”


(Daily News)
July 22, 2016

Australia's ambassador to the U.S., Joe Hockey, at the Republican National Convention this week said he had discussions with a key member of Congress on finding a path for a lame-duck vote on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, while casting doubt on the prospects for TPP if it isn't done this year.


(Daily News)
July 21, 2016

Australia's trade minister, Steven Ciobo, said this week he is “cautiously optimistic” about the Trans-Pacific Partnership getting through the U.S. Congress in a post-election lame-duck session and cited “some really good meetings” with key members of Congress, including Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-UT), on the market exclusivity period for biologic drugs.


(Daily News)
June 24, 2016

Australia's ambassador to the United States has made clear to the U.S. government and business groups that demanding commitments beyond those reflected in the text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership is a nonstarter, regardless of the form they would take.


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