No more set-and-forget trade deals: Lambert

November 06, 2018

The Conservative Party is warning that so called free-trade agreements aren't always what they seem, and that we must look at the benefits for Australia and influence other countries are gaining in our country through opening our borders.

South Australian Senate candidate Rikki Lambert says party leader Cory Bernardi's call for a royal commission into Chinese Communist Party influence in Australia has been rejected which makes it ever more important that we are awake and vigilant in opposing undue Chinese government influence in Australia.

Rikki has told Adelaide radio station FIVEaa's Andrew Reimer that trade deals have promised benefits, but we are fools not to revise the deals against the benefits at a later stage. We also ought to be particularly cautious about state-owned corporation purchases of our water and farming land.

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