Australia's role in International Trade
• Changing trade links. ASIA-PACIFIC ECONOMIC COOPERATION, free trade agreements. Australia trades with over 200 hundred countries and contributes to 1% of world trade.
Australia has ten FTAs currently in force, with: New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, US, Chile, the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) (with New Zealand), Malaysia, Korea, Japan and China. The countries with whom Australia has these FTAs account for 67 per cent of Australia's total two-way trade.