Revisiting Australia's preferential trade agreements and bilateral investment treaties to safeguard regulatory autonomy
Grant number: DP130100838 | Funding period: 2013 - 2018
This project critically evaluates Australia’s free trade agreements and bilateral investment treaties in the light of recent national and international experience. Its recommendations for systematically revising existing agreements and refining approaches to negotiating new agreements will assist in protecting Australian policy space.
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