Agricultural exports to Australia increased by 20%. [Citation required] Chapter 2 of the Free Trade Agreement sets out the conditions applicable to the types of goods that are subject to non-discriminatory treatment. Certain types of goods are immediately fully applicable to the agreement and some are progressively or temporarily applicable over a period of one year. The agricultural part of the agreement describes the system for eliminating most tariffs on agricultural products traded between the two countries. Export subsidies should also be abolished where the products concerned are exported to one of the two country Parties. The section shall also contain supporting documents and verifications attesting that the goods traded actually originate in the exporting country within the meaning of the Agreement. The responsibility for verifying the conditions in force is entrusted to the importer . . .

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