Interviewees in the press sector called for no unjustified restrictions on the cross-border circulation of British newspapers, in print and online newspapers, or in subscription and advertising supplements for news brands. Reactions from the gaming sector have been positive and have emphasized the need to maintain the smooth running of trade and to remove barriers with trading partners. As the world`s second largest exporter of services from 2018,[note 18] the government wants to ensure that UK service companies and individuals maintain their position as world leaders by seeking to strengthen trade liberalization in the services sector, ensuring security and improving access to Australian services markets. In addition, the Government will work to create and improve opportunities in the UK`s key export sectors identified by stakeholders, including financial and professional business services. A free trade agreement between the UK and Australia is expected to increase the value of all UK merchandise trade (exports and imports). We can therefore expect a number of potential changes in the level of transport emissions, for the following reasons: the removal of technical barriers to trade by eliminating and preventing restrictive measures in product markets, while preserving the safety and quality of products in the UK market. This report provides the government`s response to the public consultation on trade negotiations with Australia. All of the issues raised have been discussed and continue to inform the government`s comprehensive approach to our future trade relationship with Australia, including our approach to negotiating a future trade agreement. The government`s response does not respond to points that could reveal the government`s negotiating position. We will continue to rely on consultation responses to inform government policy during negotiations with Australia. 21 interviewees considered customs procedures a priority in a free trade agreement with Australia.
Most of the comments focused on minimizing regulatory effort by calling for improved overall speed of custom handling services and to keep red tape to a minimum. Proposals included the use of the integrated freight system or another electronic/online system. Several respondents called for a reduction in customs requirements, for example. B limited to the certificate of origin, especially for food. The parties also referred to the WTO Agreement on Trade Facilitation, which provides for effective cooperation between customs and other relevant authorities on trade facilitation and tariff compliance. The recommendation was to build on this agreement by standardizing approaches to customs legislation to ensure the safety of traders. One of the concerns expressed by some Australian wine producers has been the impact of possible queues and delays at UK borders and ports following the UK`s exit from the EU, given that the UK is currently the Central European hub for the flow of Australian wine exports across Europe. Seven interviewees raised concerns with customs procedures. Comments included the impact on supply chains “just in time” once the UK left the EU, with the potential for delay in acquiring or transferring components abroad, resulting in a high level of storage and inefficiency.