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Brexit and Australia: No need to rush for an FTA

Speaking at the Conservative Party conference, UK Prime Minister Theresa May added some clarity to the Brexit debate by stating that formal negotiations for British withdrawal from the European Union will begin no later than March 2017. Australian ears pricked up at this announcement, and with good reason. To be fair, many had been paying close attention to this debate already.
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