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The Australia-Chile Free Trade Agreement entered into force on 6 March 2009. It was Australia's fifth FTA and the first with a Latin American country.
The FTA covers goods, services and investment. From 1 January 2015, all tariffs were eliminated except sugar, which retains a tariff of six per cent for Australian exports due to Chile’s price-band system. Since its entry into force there has been a significant increase in Australian companies operating in Chile to over 120. Many of these companies have expanded their business beyond Chile and into Latin America more broadly.
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