Google News Australia (Australia): In this article, we discuss the trade agreement (TAFTA) between Australia and the European Union.
In our previous article, the European Commission stated that the agreement is an agreement that provides “an open and competitive market for Australian businesses”.
This article will focus on the agreement’s effect on Australian consumers and the effects on competition in Australia’s digital economy.
Article 1.3 The FTA’s Benefits for Consumers and Competition The agreement contains an extensive array of regulatory and regulatory reforms, including a number of provisions to reduce the impact of unfair competition.
These include: Providing the opportunity for Australians to make their own trade decisions in the digital economy by removing the requirement for a high level of Australian knowledge in trade policy