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APEC Aims to Drive Next Growth Frontier in Asia-Pacific

APEC Senior Officials outlined the priorities for 2016 to the APEC Business Advisory Council, who are meeting in San Francisco - home to the world’s leading technology hub.

Restrictions on Lithium-Ion Batteries

The UN’s aviation agency has prohibited shipments of lithium-ion batteries as cargo on passenger aircraft, following concerns by pilots and plane-makers that they are a fire risk.

Update on Container Weight Regulations

While the new regulations on container weights are still officially set to commence on 1st July this year, complaints are being heard from shippers internationally – particularly in the USA, where they are calling for a delay of up to a year.

Duty Concessions for Manufacturing Inputs

The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science is conducting an evaluation of import duty concessions on certain materials such as chemicals, plastics & paper, metal materials and food packaging materials such as aluminium cans.

TPP Signed in Auckland on 4th February

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a trade agreement among twelve Pacific Rim countries, was signed on 4 February 2016 in Auckland after 7 years of negotiations.

Food Standards Proposal to Remove Origin Labelling

Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) is calling for submissions on the removal of country of origin labelling (CoOL) requirements from the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code.

Forging Closer Ties with PNG on Customs & Border Issues

Papua New Guinea and Australia are forging closer bilateral ties through engagement on border and customs issues of mutual importance in the region.

New Airline Route Connects Three Cargo Hubs

Air Asia X will connect three airports that are emerging as important cargo hubs: Gold Coast, Auckland and Kuala Lumpur.

Changes to the Defence Export Control System

The Department of Defence is introducing upgrades to its system, which will impact both Defence Export Controls and Australia-US Trade Treaty Team.

ChAFTA Certificates of Origin Issues

While the China Australia Free Trade Agreement may only be less than 2 weeks old, some key problems are being experienced by industry as regards certificates issued in China.

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