Paul Kerin appeared on Alan Jones’ radio program yesterday making the case for free trade and the need to improve governance arrangements that would help ensure that future Free Trade Agreements deliver more of the considerable benefits that are potentially available. This follows on from the article that 7 leading economists (including former Industries Assistance Commission chief Bill Carmichael and the University of Adelaide’s Richard Pomfret and Paul Kerin) published in The Australian on August 24 (more on that article is available here). You can listen to an audio of Paul’s interview with Alan Jones here.
Benefits of free trade and better FTA governance – Paul Kerin on Alan Jones
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