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Impacts of Free Trade Agreements – Lessons from Australia

May 22 2007
Venue: ECIPE, Rue Du Luxembourg 3, Floor 1, Brussels
Speakers: Dr. Lisa Gopp
Time: 12:00

The Australian experience of Free Trade Agreements increasingly is relevant for Europe as the EU now has launched new FTA negotiations with several countries in Asia. Australia has been active on the FTA front in the Asian region. It has signed FTAs with Singapore and Thailand, and is currently negotiating with countries such as China and Japan.

At this lunch seminar, jointly organised by ECIPE and the Groupe d’Économie Mondiale (GEM) at Sciences Po in Paris, Dr. Lisa Gropp, an Assistant Commissioner in the Australian Productivity Commission, will present research by the Productivity Commission on the economic impact of Australian Free Trade Agreements.

Download Dr. Gopp’s presentation from the seminar here

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