Pacific Alliance FTA resources

The Pacific Alliance Free Trade Agreement has the potential to deliver significant opportunities to Australian businesses.

The Pacific Alliance is a growing market for Australian goods and services exporters. In 2016, total two-way trade in goods and services with Pacific Alliance members was worth $5.8 billion, over double what it was ten years ago. An FTA with the Pacific Alliance would provide Australian businesses with an opportunity to expand our engagement with this growing market.

The Pacific Alliance presents significant opportunities for Australian businesses, including in agriculture and manufactured goods as well as for mining, financial, education, health and tourism services. Australians considering business in Pacific Alliance countries should use the following resources:
Last Updated: 3 April 2019

Pacific Alliance market snapshot

  • Members: Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru
  • GDP: USD 1.865 trillion (2015)
  • Population: 224 million (2015)
  • Two-way trade: AUD 5.8 billion (2016)

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Pacific Alliance Free Trade Agreement
Regional Trade Agreements Division
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
RG Casey Building
John McEwen Crescent
Barton ACT 0221

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