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To view this licence, visit nationalarchives. Where we have identified any third kn copyright information you will need to obtain permission from the copyright holders concerned. More trade is essential: it can give us security at home and opportunities talj — opening new markets for business, bringing investment, better jobs, fred wages and lower prices just as we need them most. At a time when protectionist barriers are on the rise, all countries need to work together to ensure long-term prosperity, and international trade is central to this co-operation. Australia is already an important partner for the UK, and an FTA offers the opportunity to strengthen this relationship. We have been clear that any future agreement with Australia must work for UK consumers, producers and companies.
To view this licence, visit nationalarchives. Where we have identified any third party copyright information you will need to obtain permission from the copyright holders concerned. More trade is essential: it tqlk give us security at home and opportunities abroad — opening new markets for business, bringing investment, better jobs, higher wages and lower prices just as we need them most.
At a time when protectionist barriers are on the rise, all countries need to work together to ensure long-term prosperity, and international trade is central to this co-operation. Australia is already an important partner for the UK, and an FTA offers the opportunity to strengthen fere relationship. We have been clear that any future agreement with Australia must work for UK consumers, producers and companies. We remain committed to upholding our high environmental, labour, food safety and animal welfare standards in our trade agreement with Australia.
The government has been clear that when we are negotiating trade agreements, we will protect the Australa Health Service NHS. Our objectives reinforce this. An FTA with Australia supports the key elements of our trade strategy: A medium-term recovery from the impact of coronavirus Coronavirus has shown us the importance of tal, trade flowing and building diverse supply chains that are robust in a crisis.
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To secure our future prosperity we must now adapt and trade more with all parts of the world to ensure we are not too reliant on any one region. In the face of an increase in export restrictions as a result of coronavirus, we are already working with Australia on immediate challenges, including work in the G20 to ensure supply chains continue to operate smoothly. Now, more than ever, we need to strengthen relationships with key allies to send a strong message that modern, interdependent trade is the best way to tackle global challenges.
An FTA with a like-minded and key ally With Australia, we share a language, a Head of State, a common law system, and societal values as well as the many family ties, friendships, and sporting rivalries. A trade agreement is one of the next chapters in our shared story. The UK and Australia also have strong and enduring people-to-people links with UK nationals ing for the greatest of foreign-born residents in Australia. There are few countries with which we could negotiate as advanced an FTA as we can with Australia in the areas that matter to the UK.
The impact of coronavirus will inevitably affect near term growth, but the Asia-Pacific remains a region with ificant long-term potential. Australia is a key partner in the Asia-Pacific. An FTA will create opportunities for the UK in this important region, be it by giving access to new supply chains or enabling UK businesses to use Australia as a launchpad into Asia.
The UK government believes that accession to CPTPPalongside our bilateral FTA negotiations, and wider trade policy agenda, will promote a liberal free trading agenda in the Asia-Pacific that creates an environment for long-term prosperity. Delivering a cutting-edge agreement that creates opportunities for UK businesses, consumers, and workers The UK and Australia produce a different mix of goods and services, suggesting that there is an opportunity to boost our mutually compatible economies by deepening our trade ties.
An FTA with Australia could enhance the ability of professionals in key areas of UK strength, such as ancy, audit and legal services, as well as engineering and architecture, to move more easily and support the facilitation of recognition of professional qualifications in priority industries such as these.
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Strengthening our economic ties, by promoting collaboration on shared global and economic challenges. Yet SMEs are often disproportionately affected by barriers to trade. An ambitious and wide-ranging FTA could benefit SMEs across the country through providing clearer information, the easing of customs processes and improved conditions of entry for professionals into Australia.
We will seek to reduce trade barriers that will benefit the many SMEs across the UK already exporting their goods to Australia and helping to encourage more to do so. Creating opportunities for businesses across auustralia nations and regions of the UK Towns and cities across the UK are already taking advantage of global connections to succeed as competitive international businesses. In15, UK businesses exported goods to Australia, employing 3.
These regions could feel the benefits of reduced barriers to trade in these goods. The North West of England has recently seen a ificant growth in its clothing exports and could benefit from trade liberalisation in this industry. These objectives are informed by one of the biggest consultations ever undertaken with the UK public, businesses and civil society, covering trade with the US, Australia, New Zealand, and our potential accession to the CPTPP.
Our response ij the consultation on Australia can be found in Chapter 3. Chapter 2: outline approach Overall objectives Agree an ambitious and comprehensive free trade agreement FTA with Australia that strengthens our economic relationship with a key like-minded partner, promoting increased trade in goods and services and greater cross-border investment.
We will seek to set a new precedent with Australia by establishing an ambitious framework for co-operation in these areas, focusing on the role of trade policy in facilitating innovation. Increase the resilience of our supply chains and the security of our whole economy by diversifying trade. The government has been clear that when aistralia are negotiating trade agreements, the National Health Service NHS will not be on the table.
The price the NHS pays for drugs will not be on the table. The services the NHS provides will not be on the table.
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The NHS is not, and never will be, for sale to the private sector, whether overseas or domestic. Throughout the agreement, ensure high standards and protections for UK consumers and workers and build on our existing international obligations. This will include not compromising on our high environmental protection, animal welfare and food safety standards. Trade in goods Goods market access Secure broad liberalisation of tariffs on a mutually beneficial basis, taking into UK product sensitivities, in particular for UK agriculture.
Secure comprehensive access for UK industrial and agricultural goods into the Australian market through the elimination of tariffs. Develop simple and modern rules of origin that reflect UK industry requirements and consider existing, as well as future, supply chains supported by predictable and low-cost administrative arrangements. Customs and trade facilitation Secure commitments to efficient and transparent customs procedures which minimise costs and administrative burdens for businesses.
Ensure that processes are predictable at, and away from, the border. Technical barriers to trade Reduce technical barriers to trade by removing and preventing trade-restrictive measures in goods markets, while upholding the safety and quality of products on the UK market. Seek arrangements to make it easier for UK manufacturers to diirty their products tested against Australian rules in the UK before exporting.
Promote the use of international standards, to further facilitate trade between the parties. Enhance access for UK agri-food goods to the Australian market by seeking commitments to improve the timeliness and transparency of approval processes for UK goods.
Good regulatory practice and regulatory co-operation Reduce regulatory obstacles, facilitate market access for UK businesses and investors, and improve trade flows by ensuring a transparent, predictable and stable regulatory framework to give confidence and stability to UK exporting businesses and investors. Secure commitments to key provisions such as public consultation, use of regulatory impact assessment, retrospective review, and transparency, as well as regulatory co-operation.
Transparency Ensure world class levels of transparency between the UK and Australia, particularly with regards to the publication of measures such as laws and regulations affecting trade and investment, public consultation, and the right of appropriate review of these measures. Trade in services Secure ambitious commitments from Australia on market access and fair competition for UK services exporters.
Agree best-in-class rules for all services sectors, as well as sector-specific rules, to support our world-leading services industry, including key UK export sectors such as financial services, professional and business services and transport services.
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Ensure certainty for UK services exporters in their continuing access to the Australian market and transparency on Australian services regulation. Public services Protect the right to regulate public services, including the NHS and public service broadcasters. Continue to ensure that decisions on how to run public services are made by governments, including the devolved administrations, and not our trade partners.
Business mobility Increase opportunities for UK service suppliers and investors to operate in Australia by enhancing opportunities for business travel and supporting the Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications MRPQs. Digital trade Secure cutting-edge provisions which maximise opportunities for digital trade across numbrs sectors of the economy.
Promote appropriate protections for consumers online and ensure the government maintains its ability to protect users from emerging online harms. Support the reduction or abolition of business and consumer restrictions relating to access to the Australian digital market. Ensure customs duties are numbes imposed on electronic transmissions. Promote a world-leading eco-system for digital trade that supports businesses of all sizes across the UK.
Telecommunications Promote fair and transparent access to the Australian telecommunications market and avoid trade distortions.
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Secure greater accessibility and connectivity for UK consumers and businesses in the Australian market. Financial services Expand opportunities for UK financial services to ease frictions to cross-border trade and investment, complementing with co-operation on financial regulatory issues. Investment Agree rules that ensure fair and open dity, and address barriers to UK investment across the Australian economy. Establish comprehensive rules which guarantee UK investors investing in Australia the same types of rights and protections they receive in the UK, including non-discriminatory treatment and ensuring that their assets are not expropriated without due process and fair compensation.
Intellectual property IP Secure copyright, provisions that support UK creative industries through a balanced and effective global framework. Promote effective protection of UK geographical indications in a way that ensures consumers are not misled about the origins of goods while ensuring they have access to a range of products.
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Competition Provide for effective competition law and enforcement that promotes open and fair competition for UK firms at home and in Australia. Provide for transparent and non-discriminatory competition laws, with australiz procedural rights for businesses and people under investigation. Ensure core consumer rights are protected. Promote effective co-operation between enforcement agencies on competition and consumer protection matters.
State-owned enterprises SOEs Provide for open and fair competition between commercially oriented SOEs and private businesses by preventing discrimination and unfair practices. Secure transparency commitments on SOEs. Ensure that UK SOEsparticularly tapk providing public services, can continue to operate as they do now. Develop improved rules, where appropriate, to ensure that procurement processes are simple, fair, open, transparent and accessible for all potential suppliers in a way that supports and builds on our commitments in the WTO GPA.
Ensure appropriate regard to public interests and services, including the need to maintain existing protections for key public services, such as Diry health services. Sustainability Seek sustainability provisions, including on environment and climate durty, that meet the ambition of both parties on these issues. Ensure parties reaffirm their commitment to international standards on the environment, climate change and labour.
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Ensure parties do not waive or fail to enforce their domestic environmental or labour protections in ways that create an artificial competitive advantage. Apply appropriate mechanisms for the implementation, monitoring and dispute resolution of environmental and labour provisions. Ensure appropriate mechanisms for the implementation, monitoring and dispute resolution of anti-corruption provisions.
Support the continued delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals. Trade remedies Ensure provisions support market access, uphold our WTO commitments, and are underpinned by transparency, efficiency, impartiality and proportionality. Secure provisions which facilitate trade liberalisation while protecting against unfair trading practices.
Dispute settlement Establish appropriate mechanisms that promote compliance with the agreement and seek to ensure that state-to-state disputes are dealt with consistently, fairly and in a cost-effective, transparent and timely manner whilst seeking predictability and certainty for businesses and stakeholders. General provisions Ensure flexibility for the government to protect legitimate domestic priorities by securing adequate general exceptions to the agreement.
Provide for prompt and open information sharing between the UK and Australia, including via preference utilisation data sharing to support understanding of the usage and effectiveness of the agreement. Provide for regular review of the economic relationship between the UK and Australia and the operation of the agreement, including taking into developments in emerging markets and technologies.
Allow for the agreement to be amended when necessary. Provide for further coverage of the agreement to the Crown Dependencies and Overseas Territories as appropriate. Chapter 3: public consultation on trade negotiations with Australia: government response Introduction Consultation background On 20 Julythe Department for International Trade DIT launched a public consultation seeking views on a potential free trade agreement FTA with Australia.
The public consultation closed on 26 October after 14 weeks. There wereresponses received in total on this consultation. You can read a full dirtj of responses below, including those by specific campaign groups.