Tasmania reacts to free trade agreement
Finance Minister Brad Hazzard said it was important to take the issue seriously because of how much is at stake and the economic impact of the deal.
“I think we have to have a conversation about those trade agreements that have a negative imp온 카지노act on small-scale industries and businesses and that means this is a big deal,” he said.
“We are going to talk to the opposition, both Liberal and Nationals, about whether we want a free trade agreement or not.”
Mr Hazzard said it was also about understanding the effect the deal might have on Australian worke강남출장마사지rs.
“At the very heart of it is a significant deal that will affect jobs, on the back of which there will be additional pay costs, on the back of which there will be benefits and benefits for everyone. I think those are some of the conversations that the government needs to have with the opposition.
“We want to understand how these free trade agreements could affect Australian workers and we also need to understand where these benefits come from, where those payments come from, that평택출장안마‘s why we’ve got to begin the business case.”
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