Australia's free trade agreements
Newest and biggest deal now in play
LIFESTYLE Trans Pacific Partnership
The much talked about Trans-Pacific Partnership, a free trade deal involving 11 countries on the Pacific Ocean, is one step closer to realisation thanks to Australia.
The deal, which the U.S. is no longer a part of, would put 13% of the global economy in one market if all 11 countries agree to the deal.
Australia became the sixth country to sign onto the Trans-Pacific Partnership on October 31, a deal that is meant to come into effect on December 30, 2018.
Here are all of Australia's free trade deals and how they work.