AFTINET submission to China FTA Parliamentary Inquiries
The AFTINET submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties critcises the unprecedented expansion of the use of temporary labour in a trade agreement, despite government denials. It also criticises the the inclusion of Investor rights to sue governments (ISDS) and the lack of commitment by either government to enforceable labour rights and environmental standards. AFTINET has made a similar submission to the Senate Inquiry. See copy here.