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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.

Looking Forward to a Happy New Year in Freight & Trade

We wish our clients, staff and service providers the compliments of the Season, and look forward to a happy and prosperous New Year ahead. At least one financial institution has a bright outlook for 2016.

Imported Building Products Alert

The DIBP has urged importers to ensure they are aware of the restrictions and border requirements for building products that may contain asbestos.

ChAFTA to Come Into Effect on 20 December

The China Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) will come into effect on December 20, triggering a massive round of tariff cuts.

Clarification on ChAFTA Cargo Shipped Via Hong Kong

Goods transported through Hong Kong on their way to Australia are to be regarded as being under customs control at all times while in that territory and will not lose their Chinese-originating status.

New Customs and Quarantine Charges

This week new charges have been announced by both the DIBP (Customs department) and the DOA (Quarantine) which will affect importers.

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