Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's arrives to address a Coalition Campaign Launch in Sydney on June 26, 2016. / AFP / SAEED KHAN
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Australia ordered an urgent review Monday into the consequences of Britain leaving the EU and said it would team up with New Zealand to negotiate new trade and immigration deals.Turnbull said dealing with the fallout alongside Wellington made sense and after talks with New Zealand counterpart John Key had agreed to work towards a "collaborative, cooperative framework".In New Zealand, trade with the EU, including Britain, was NZ$19.6 billion ($13.9 billion) in 2014-15, making it the country's third largest trading partner, official data showed.Key said he did not expect Brexit to have a major impact on New Zealand's trading arrangements with either Britain or the EU.
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