Free trade agreements

For too long, Australians have questioned whose interests free trade agreements actually serve.

The Productivity Commission should be instructed to undertake a review of all of Australia's current and future free trade agreements to determine if, when entered into, they are in the best interest of the Australian people.

The government should also explain to Parliament how and why it entered into these agreements where it is found that these agreements do not, on balance, sufficiently benefit the Australian people.

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