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Transcript of World Map
Trade Agreement between Australia and Japan
Trade Agreement between Australia and Korea
AUSTRALIA - JAPAN
AUSTRALIA - KOREA
KAFTA contains an Audio-visual Co-production Annex which will deliver new opportunities for the Australian film and television industry
However, no nice package comes with no strings attached
Under KAFTA, Korea will eliminate tariffs for all resources products over time (10 years).
Both countries have to facilitate the export of their products; and can assist in attracting capital investment to their projects,
providers, within two years, will be able to own up to 100 per cent of the voting shares
Education, Engineering and Other Professional Services
will benefit from Korea’s commitments to guarantee existing market access for Australian providers and work towards improving mutual recognition of qualifications.
will be establish offices in Korea to provide consultancy services on international and Australian accounting laws; and within five years will be able to work in, and invest in, Korean accounting firms.
Agriculture and its closely related sectors earn $155 billion-a-year for 12% share of GDP
Farmers own 135,997 farms 61% of Australia land
Land is suitable to farm 20% of Japan land
Agriculture, together they account for 1.3% of GDP
Shortage of farmland in Japan and Korea
Third largest automotive producer
Annual production of 9.9 million in 2012
Companies: Toyota, Honda, Nissan....etc
Unsustainable to continue producing cars:
----High production/wage cost
----High AU dollar
1. Food market
2. Major exporter & High import barriers
3. Reduction & Elimination
4. Beef & Wine
1. Tariff-free entry
2. Immediate elimination of tariff
3. Export & Import
4. Resources, energy and manufacturing
1. Legal services
2. Financial services
3. Education services
4. Telecommunications services
5. Other professional services
Rich in natural resources
Consist of : coal gold, natural gas.....etc
Japan and Korea:
Small domestic resource base
Large percent of energy consumption is related on import
WHO WIN?! WHO LOSE?!
Trade Deals Benefit EQUALLY?
Market leader in electronics products
Samsung electronic revenue is around $120 billion 8% of GDP
Aus - $39 bn
Jap - $27 bn
Korea will eliminate tariffs immediately on entry for raw sugar, wheat, wine, and some horticulture
88% to 99.8% of Australia’s goods exports, to Korea will enter duty-free
All remaining tariffs phased out within ten years.
They all benefit but not equally
, it would be true to say that Korean car exporters would have more advantage over Australian car producers.