Free Trade Agreements

Formal signing of Korea Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA) in Seoul.

KAFTA enters into force

The Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement entered into force on 12 December 2014, expanding opportunities in Australia's third-largest export market

Media release: Korea FTA unlocks opportunities for small business

Minister's shaking hands

China-Australia Free Trade Agreement

The landmark China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) will unlock substantial new benefits for Australians for years to come.

Video still of Minister Robb speaking about Australia's North Asia FTAs

North Asia FTAs

Together, Australia's three leading North Asian trade partners – China, Japan and Korea – account for more than 50 per cent of our exports. Trade agreements with these countries provide Australian businesses with preferential access to a market of around 1.5 billion people. Trade and Investment Minister Andrew Robb highlights the benefits of Australia's three North Asia FTAs.

Video: Australia's North Asia FTAs

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