Though no decision has yet been made, the European Union (EU) and Australia are exploring the possibility of negotiating a bilateral free trade agreement (FTA).
The purpose of an FTA is to improve market access for businesses and thereby increase trade between the parties through the elimination of tariffs, non-tariff barriers and other regulatory obstacles. Parties would also likely discuss scope for possible regulatory harmonization.
In order to ensure that EU business interests are taken into account in any eventual FTA negotiations, it is important to identify the specific interests and problems that EU businesses are facing in Australia. Please assist us to understand the issues your company faces by filling out this survey. The information you provide will be treated in confidence and not disclosed publicly.
Please complete the survey by no later than 11 March 2016, Here