The main U.S. states exporting to Australia are Washington, California, Illinois, Texas, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida. · The emphasis is on promoting compliance through consultations, joint action plans and trade-enhancing remedies. Austrade can help Australian companies become familiar with local market conditions and help develop export opportunities through a number of market and Australian services. · Detailed rules of origin will ensure that only U.S. and Australian products will benefit from the agreement. The rules are designed to be easier to manage. Many people on the Australian film and television scene have expressed concern about the impact of the agreement on government rules to impose a mandatory minimum of locally produced content on television. Given that US content can be purchased by networks at a reasonable price compared to local production of Australian content, there was concern that the agreement would further reduce the proportion of domestic media in Australian television channels and Australian cinemas. As a result, the Media, Entertainment and Art Alliance, as well as a number of prominent artists, have individually supported the rejection of the free trade agreement because it would undermine Australian culture. Returns must be completed by the manufacturer/manufacturer of U.S. products. A statement from an exporter other than the producer/producer of the products in the United States is accepted where it can be shown that the information contained in the exporters` statement was collected from the producer-producer.
In this section, it was agreed on the conditions of fair trade between telecommunications industries in different countries. In particular, the rules exclude measures relating to the transmission or cable distribution of radio or television programmes. Following the signing of the free trade agreement, there was initial talk that the U.S. agricultural sector would put pressure on the agreement, fearing that it would interfere with the government`s agricultural subsidy program. However, the agreement with deadlines for importing Australian agricultural products, such as beef and sugar cane, has allayed concerns in the US agricultural market (while many Australian producers were very frustrated).