AUSFTAAustralia-United States Free Trade Agreement
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The inclusion of the DTCA provision in the AUSFTA, however, had a further consequence.
intellectual property provisions in 2011 that extend well beyond those included in previous trade agreements, including the AUSFTA (Lopert and Gleeson 2013).
(209) SAFTA ch 10 art 3; AUSFTA art 12.2; TAFTA art 807.2; ACFTA art 11.3.
The TPPA resurrects many of the domestic regulatory issues that were debated in the Australia-US Free Trade Agreement (AUSFTA).
(185) See, for example NAFTA, above n 14, art 1102; SAFTA, above n27, chapter 8, art 3; AUSFTA, above n27, art 11.3; Agreement between the Government of the Hellenic Republic and the Government of the Republic of Albania for the Encouragement and Reciprocal Protection of Investments, 1 August 1991, art 3; Agreement between the Government of the Kingdom of Norway and the Government of the Republic of Lithuania on the Promotion and Mutual Protection of Investments, 16 August 1992, art 1; The Energy Charter Treaty (1985) 34 ILM 373 at 389.
The Attorney-General's Fair Use Paper of 2005 was prompted by the recommendations of the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties (JSCOT) and the Senate Select Committee (SSC) on the AUSFTA. AUSFTA would "extend[] the term [of protection] for most copyright material by 20 years," provide copyright owners with "more extensive owner control over temporary copies and provide[] stronger protection for technological measures used by owners to control [user] access to ...
I say so because water is not excluded from the AUSFTA, but its exclusion from GATS heightens the ability of US-based water corporations to make very big profits in Australia.
It may seem along way to travel to access a new market, but Australia and New Zealand maybe worth taking a closer look at, especially since the free trade agreement (AUSFTA) between the U.S.
Economic Analysis of AUSFTA: Impact of the bilateral free trade agreement with the United States.
Chapter 11 of the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement (AUSFTA) does not permit direct claims, relying instead on a state-to-state dispute resolution mechanism.