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  •   Trade just an add-on under Labor 28-June-2010 Source: Warren Truss, MP - The critical portfolio of Trade has fallen further off Labor’s radar, with its relegation to merely being an add-on to Foreign Affairs in Julia Gillard’s first Ministry. At a time when we will need our exporters to
    Date: 28/06/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/MO5X6 - Source: SHADOW MINISTER FOR TRADE... - Author: TRUSS, Warren

  •     Interview with Peter Switzer on the Sky News Business Channel Main topics: Resource Super Profits Tax, Brand Australia Transcript, E&OE 15 June 2010 PETER SWITZER: Let's check in with him now standing by in our Canberra studio. How are you, Simon? SIMON CREAN: Good, Peter, how are you?
    Date: 15/06/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/ML1X6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: CREAN, Simon, (forme...

  •   Transcript of interview with ABC WA Country Hour 9 June 2010 SKYE SHANNON: Now as we heard before, the Federal Trade Minister, Simon Crean, does say that agriculture is one of the stumbling blocks in a free trade agreement between Australia and Japan. Last night he flew into Perth,
    Date: 09/06/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/CDZW6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: CREAN, Simon, (forme...

  •   Simon Crean interview with Howard Sattler, 6PR Drive Topics: Resources Tax 9 June 2010 HOWARD SATTLER: I've just come across from the Hyatt Hotel where the Prime Minister got a bit of a going over by the assembled people down there, mainly over the mining resource rent tax. We
    Date: 09/06/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/RCZW6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: CREAN, Simon, (forme...

  •   Doorstop interview with Japanese journalists, Australian Embassy, Tokyo Transcript, E&OE 7 June 2010 Journalist: What do you think about the new government? Minister Naoshima may stay in his position I think. What do you think about the relationship with the new government and your government, and especially about FTA
    Date: 07/06/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/INYW6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: CREAN, Simon, (forme...

  •   Transcript of Minister Crean's interview with Sen Lam of Connect Asia program, Radio Australia Topics: Doha Round, APEC, Japanese Prime Minister, Whaling 7 June 2010 SEN LAM: The ministers of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum also agreed to outline a plan on possible ways of reaching a regional free
    Date: 07/06/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/KBYW6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: CREAN, Simon, (forme...

  •   Transcript of Minister Crean’s interview with Reuters    Saturday, 5 June 2010    Sapporo, Japan    Interviewer    The first question I wanted to ask about was the Doha Round issue. I know  that this was one of the main topics being discussed this morning at the  Retreat, and you’ve also said that you think that the Doha Round could, the  negotiations could possibly reconvene this year. I was wondering, did you  feel any signs of stronger political momentum in the morning retreat?  What  were some of the issues that were being brought up?    Minister    Well, first of all we have to be honest and know that we won’t be  concluding the negotiations this year. The real opportunity that presents  itself is whether we can do enough this year to take advantage of the  window opening next year free of political distractions that enable us to  conclude. That’s the first point.    On the question of sensing greater political momentum, I think the  political momentum is there. I think the difficulty still remains in how we  find this solution to the balance and ambition equation.  Noone wants to  unravel what’s on the table; they want to build on what’s on the table.  They also unanimously want to conclude the round.  And so we have got to be  more creative about ways in which we engage the outstanding issue; that  finds the right equilibrium between the balance and the ambition.    Now, I think that there are number of issues that we discussed this morning  that could pave the way forward. There has been a strong reinforcement of  the importance of the horizontal process or the cocktail approach, to move  beyond the silos of negotiations that the Geneva process is involved in; to  engage across the disciplines to see whether we can get this ambition but  still retain the balance.    So that is why it was a very good discussion. And the very fact that people  still want to conclude, they do not want to unravel, and they do understand  the need to move forward, that was what was encouraging about today’s  meeting. So, you know, as we look forward, we’ve had the meeting in Paris  last week, that was important, as is this meeting, we’ve got the G20  meetings coming up, and you’ve got the Yokohama APEC. All of them,  different fora, different configurations, but a preparedness to use  flexibly those different fora, those different configurations, and find  some more â€ but for the purposes of striking this connection between the  balance part of the equation and the ambition.   
    Date: 05/06/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/C8ZW6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: CREAN, Simon, (forme...

  •     Trade Minister to attend APEC meeting and boost links with Japan Media release 4 June 2010 Trade Minister Simon Crean is visiting Japan from June 4 to 8 to advance Australia's regional and bilateral trade and economic interests. Japan is crucial to the Australian economy with two-way trade
    Date: 04/06/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/68XW6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: CREAN, Simon, (forme...

  •   Classification: UNCLASSIFIED    Transcript of Minister Crean’s interview with Nikkei newspaper. Interview  in Sapporo, Japan    4 June 2010    Interviewer    Regarding Japan‐Australia relations, what do you expect towards the new  government?    Minister    Well, they obviously understand the significance of the relationship. In  discussions that I had, interestingly, now with Prime Minster Kan, when I  met him in January of 2008, it was just after we were elected, and before  they were elected; I was the first Minister to come to Japan as part of the  Rudd government. We got elected at the end of 2007.  I came here in January  2008; I met with Mr Kan who was then the acting Secretary‐General of the  DPJ. So I was meeting with LDP Ministers but also meeting with the  Opposition. We had a very good discussion, and in those discussions, he  expressed very strong support for the development of the FTA with  Australia. So I would think that, given the strong support by Ministers  Okada and Naoshima, to strengthen the relationship and develop the FTA, the  fact that that’s already been signalled to us by now Prime Minister Kan, I  see opportunity to continue to try and bring this agreement to fruition.    Interviewer    The Japanese people are very worried that their national image is  deteriorating because of the Prime Ministers changing so quickly. So do you  think this will influence Japan’s diplomacy? Giving a minus effect?    Minister    No, well I can’t comment on the thinking of the Japanese people. I’ll leave  it to them and reporters such as you to report on that. But I don’t think  that’s what’s influencing diplomacy. I think that there are people in this  government that are genuinely reform‐minded. And I know this from  discussions that I have had over the past year and a half, on a number of  occasions with Minister Okada and Minister Naoshima. And we know this, from  constructive engagement, not only in terms of the bilateral relationship,  but engagement on a similar page, similar message, similar approach in the  region, and of course to concluding Doha.    So I don’t think their diplomacy can be put down to being reactive to how  people perceive them about a change of Prime Minister. After all, this is a  government that has only been in power for eight months. So it’s only had 
    Date: 04/06/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/B8ZW6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: CREAN, Simon, (forme...

  •   Classification: UNCLASSIFIED    28 May 2010      TRANSCRIPT OF PRESS CONFERENCE REMARKS BY    THE MINISTER OF TRADE  THE HON SIMON CREAN MP    Final press conference of the 2010 Ministerial Council Meeting of the OECD  in Paris, France. * **    Journalist    The statement of conclusions that the member countries of the OECD have  agreed to highlights the concern of the debt crisis … There is an  increasing number of people who say that there is now a risk of overkill;  that austerity programs  might do damage. Can we interpret the statements  made today to mean the same thing -  watch out for overkill?    Mr Crean    I think it is very instructive to compare the context in which we were  meeting last year and this year.  Last year the private sector had stopped  investing; it was essential for governments to fill the gap.  The  consolidation that we’re talking about as far as fiscal circumstances are  concerned now involves a lot of governments readjusting to that  circumstance.  But the good thing about the discussions over the last two  days was the extent to which the dynamic for growth goes beyond just the  question of how governments readjust their balance sheets or their fiscal  perspective.  On this, the discussions today were very instructive.    From the trade perspective: trade is an economic stimulus that does not  cost the budget, hence the very strong support for concluding the Doha  Round.  If you want sustainable economic growth you’ve got to work on the  multiplier and so a strength‐in‐hand for concluding the Doha round.  But  the discussion on trade went beyond that, it was fundamentally a  recognition not just trade in its own right as an economic stimulus but  the  linkages between trade and structural adjustment, particularly governments  investment in skills and innovation  because these are investments and the  drivers of economic growth going forward.  These are investments  governments should be making to strengthen their competitiveness and their  productivity. And so I think the discussions that we’ve been having really  looked more holistically beyond just fiscal correction to the wider  linkages and there was very strong support within that framework for not  just concluding the Doha Round  but for more work to be done by the OECD,  to get the narrative right.  To link structural adjustment changes and 
    Date: 28/05/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/BQ2X6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: CREAN, Simon, (forme...

  •   Transcript of interview with Reuters Television, OECD Ministerial Council Meeting Main Topics: Doha Round, APEC, Australia-South Korea FTA, resources tax Transcript, E&OE 28 May 2010 Journalist: Many of the world’s leading Trade Ministers are here and amongst them is Australian Trade Minister, Mr Simon Crean. Thanks very much for
    Date: 28/05/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/FMUW6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: CREAN, Simon, (forme...

  •   Transcript of joint press conference with Pascal Lamy, Director-General of the World Trade Organisation, after the conclusion of Trade Ministers' meeting on the sidelines of the OECD Ministerial Council Meeting Main topic: Doha Round Transcript, E&OE 27 May 2010 Mr Crean Today's meeting confirmed the desire of all those
    Date: 27/05/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/DMUW6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: CREAN, Simon, (forme...

  •   Transcript of doorstop held at Mural Hall, Parliament House Main topics: South Korea FTA talks, resources tax, Doha 25 May 2010 SIMON CREAN: Well there's a lot of engagement on the trade negotiation front at the moment. Today we commenced the fifth round of negotiations with Korea here in
    Date: 25/05/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2NTW6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: CREAN, Simon, (forme...

  •   Doorstop interview with travelling media at Baosteel headquarters, Shanghai, China 21 May 2010 Mr Crean: This has been a very busy week but an important end to the week, starting in Beijing where we had the High-level Economic Cooperation Dialogue. We visited other cities, laying the foundations for another
    Date: 21/05/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/SKSW6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: CREAN, Simon, (forme...

  •   Interview with Sky TV Transcript, E&OE 20 May 2010 Mr Speers: Simon Crean, thanks for joining us. This new branding for Australia, Australia Unlimited, what does it really mean? Mr Crean: It means Australia's potential is anything we want it to be. The thing that's struck me every time
    Date: 20/05/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/43SW6 - Source: MINISTER FOR TRADE - Author: CREAN, Simon, (forme...

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