Free trade agreements
A free trade agreement (FTA) is an international treaty between two or more economies that reduces or eliminates certain barriers to trade in goods and services, as well as investment. Australia negotiates FTAs to benefit
Australian exporters, importers, producers and investors by reducing and eliminating certain barriers to international trade and investment. For more information on FTAs visit DFAT.
Australia gives investors preferential market access to the following FTAs.
As a Queensland company involved in international trade and investment, you can reap the benefits of these agreements.
Our staff can help identify potential opportunities open to you through free trade agreements.
- Australia-United Kingdom Free Trade Agreement
- Australia-India Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement (ECTA)
- Australia–New Zealand (ANZCERTA or CER)
- Singapore–Australia (SAFTA)
- Australia–United States (AUSFTA)
- Thailand–Australia (TAFTA)
- Australia–Chile (ACl-FTA)
- ASEAN–Australia-New Zealand (AANZFTA)
- Malaysia–Australia (MAFTA)
- Korea–Australia (KAFTA)
- Japan–Australia (JAEPA)
- China–Australia (ChAFTA)
- Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)
- Australia-Hong Kong (A–HKFTA) and associated Investment Agreement (IA)
- Peru–Australia (PAFTA)
- Indonesia–Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA–CEPA)
- Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations (PACER) Plus
- Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (RCEP)