U.S.-Australia deal relaxes travel restrictions for youth

The U.S. and Australia have signed a new agreement that will give young adults age 18 to 30 more freedom to travel, work and study in each other's countries. "As today's young Australians and young Americans, who are tomorrow's business and political leaders, spend more time travelling and building contacts between our two countries, we will see the emergence of long-term trade benefits," said Matthew Hingerty, Australian Tourism Export Council managing director.

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