Interview on Sky News, Live First Edition with Peter Stefanovic

Topics: …Labor Party corruption, trade deal with UK, international and domestic travel, extending quarantine pilot for international students 18/06/20 07:02AM   Peter Stefanovic:          Well joining me live now is Trade and Tourism Minister, Simon Birmingham. Minister, good morning to you, thanks so much for joining us.   Simon Birmingham:     Morning, Peter.   Peter Stefanovic:          We may as well start…

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Interview on ABC News Breakfast with Lisa Millar

 Topics: Free trade deal with Britain; Victorian Labor Party corruption, pilot for international students 18/06/2020 07:30AM   Lisa Millar:       Let’s get more on the free trade negotiations between Australia and the UK. The Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, got together with his counterpart, Boris Johnson, for a virtual announcement last night with some interesting comments about some of…

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Interview on 2GB, Drive with Mark Levy

Transcript, E&OE Topics: Trade agreement with the UK; domestic and international tourism sectors. 17 June 2020     Mark Levy: Now, I spoke at the start of the show about Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews and his question as to why anyone would want to visit South Australia. South Australian Senator Andrew McLachlan, to whom I spoke…

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National Press Club Q&A

Transcript, E&OE Topics: Economic impacts of COVID-19 in Australia; International and domestic tourism; Australian trade relationships. 17 June 2020     Sabra Lane: Minister, if I could just pick up on the last points about tourism? Beyond the Australian-New Zealand travel bubble that’s being planned, when can you see a time that the borders might be…

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Interview on 4CA AM with John MacKenzie

Transcript, E&OE Topics: domestic tourism industry; interstate border restrictions. 17 June 2020     John MacKenzie: We’ve been talking the last few days about green shoots at long, long last. My God, it’s been a nightmare, hasn’t it? I don’t know communities anywhere in this country suffering more than ours per capita given that we rely…

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