Vale Mr Vaile: the free trade legacy

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Scott O'Hara

A few weeks after the former National Party leader Mark Vaile handed over the keys to his electoral office staff in the electorate of Lyne and walked away, and Starbucks packed their bags and went home, it is the perfect time to reflect on the Free Trade agreement with the United States of America delivered by the former Minister for Trade.

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About the author

Scott O’Hara is the recently appointed CEO of Accessible Arts. He has 25 years’ experience in Arts Management including roles in all three levels of Government, the education and community cultural development sectors, and was the Chair of Arts Training NSW for five years. He previously wrote the regular opinion column ‘The C-Word’ on the Community Arts Sector for Arts Hub. The opinions and views expressed in this article are not necessarily those of Accessible Arts.