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21 minutes ago, CliffH said:

Trade with nations on the other side of the world rather than ones next door.  Certainly makes a lot of (Brexit) sense.

'As well as' (& have you not heard of The Commonwealth?)

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Sure, we send them mutton and they send us Bermudans.  :cheesy:

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3 minutes ago, evadgib said:

Lol; Was that a yes or a no?

I was referring to what you had in the brackets - the irrelevance of the Commonwealth. 

 

Anyway, all going swimmingly for Domonic Raab in oz today 

 

https://www.theage.com.au/world/europe/australian-mp-delivers-stunning-rebuke-to-uk-s-dominic-raab-on-huawei-20200206-p53yjg.html

 

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3 hours ago, vogie said:

Because we can!

We already were trading with both the EU and Aus.

 

The idiots who voted for Brexit broke that.

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26 minutes ago, Forethat said:

I hate to be the one to deliver the bad news, but Australia would be a pretty miserable and lonely country (from a trading perspective) if trading was only to be performed with next door neighbours... :whistling:

Feeling out in the cold a bit are we?

 

Free trade agreements in force

The following are Australia’s free trade agreements (listed with the entry into force date):

https://dfat.gov.au/trade/agreements/in-force/Pages/free-trade-agreements-in-force.aspx

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7 minutes ago, Forethat said:

Would you be OK if I asked you to have a look at a map before entering a discussion involving your next door neighbours?

 

:crazy::cheesy:

Didn't realise Beijing, Tokyo, Washington DC or Santiago were our next door neighbours. And you are asking me to look at a map?

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I think that we are gearing up for a free trade agreement with the Scots as all those haggises..((haggi?) will be in big demand.

 

Thank heavens we have a Queen of Australia (who just happens also to be the queen of a few foggy islands off the mainland of Western Europe as well..)😂

 

Australia really doesn't have much in the way of kinship ties with England anymore-thank the lord Harry-and the days of endless re-runs of 'On the Buses' and 'The Benny Hill Show' are long gone.

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20 hours ago, AussieBob18 said:

You would be surprised how much about Brexit and USA is shown in Australia - but not as to the exact workings. But we do know things like - that Frenchmen can fish in UK waters and British fishermen are banned. 

Ah, so you only know the made up stuff?

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