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Japan and Australia – after a seven-year negotiation – have finally agreed a trade deal which will lower tariffs on certain imports. While Japan will lower rates on beef and raise the duty-free quota on cheese, Australia will cut tariffs on electronics, cars and white goods. See ‘read more’ for a general outline by the BBC – but for a more in-depth look on the two countries’ trades, by the Sydney Morning Herald, see here.

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