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The parties apply the provisions of the Customs Assessment Agreement to determine the customs value of goods exchanged between the contracting parties [3]. See Centre for International Economics, The Australia-Thailand Free Trade Agreement: economic effects, prepared for the Department of Foreign Affairs – Trade, Canberra, March 2004, www.dfat.gov.au/trade/negotiations/aust-thai/tafta_eco_effects_cie.pdf, accessed 26 November 2008. (iv) Exchange rate and interest rate instruments, including products such as swaps, forward interest rate contracts; In economic theory, trade diversion from free trade agreements runs counter to the general idea of a comparative advantage by favouring countries that have negotiated a free trade agreement. 4. Each party adopts, through its customs authorities, procedures for the rapid release of goods described in paragraph 1. Where possible, where these goods accompany a national or resident of the other contracting party who is seeking temporary entry and are imported by that person to engage in a commercial activity, occupation or profession of that person, the procedures must permit the simultaneous release of the goods with the entry of that person, subject to the necessary documents required by the customs authorities of the importing contracting party. 1. The contracting party applying a safeguard measure, in consultation with the contracting party whose goods are destined, presents trade liberalization, agreed upon by mutual agreement, in the form of concessions with substantially equivalent trade effects or equivalent to the value of the additional duties resulting from the measure. These consultations will begin within 30 days of the measure being introduced. (b) Article 10.10 (Transfers and Payments) is inserted in this chapter and, to the extent that cross-border trade in financial services is subject to Article 13.5 obligations. (3) The objective of the committee is to improve the implementation of the SPS Agreement by each contracting party, to protect the life or health of people, animals or plants, to improve consultation and cooperation between the parties on health and plant health issues and to facilitate exchanges between the parties. 2.

The contracting parties reaffirm their desire to maintain at least the level of openness of the express delivery services market at the time of the signing of this agreement. When one party feels that the other party does not maintain such a level of access, it may request consultations. The other party provides an appropriate opportunity for consultation and provides, where possible, information in response to requests for access and all related issues. But a free trade agreement with China will also boost Australia`s export competitiveness and promote export diversification. As expected, ChAFTA benefited from better access, particularly to emerging markets in China`s agriculture and services. This should help Australia rebalance growth towards non-resources – a major economic cushion after the end of the mining boom. 12) Printed promotional materials are goods classified in Chapter 49 of the harmonized system, including brochures, brochures, brochures, brochures, commercial catalogues, directories, advertising materials and tourist posters that are used for advertising, advertising for a good or service, or which are intended, for the most part, to advertise a good or service and which are provided free of charge. 7.

The deferral programme includes measures such as measures such as foreign trade areas, temporary bond imports, customs warehouses and active development programmes; At ChAFTA, China offered Australia its best service obligations to date in a free trade agreement (with agreements with Hong Kong and Macao with China).