In August two bills were presented to the Lower House to implement our obligations under the TPP-11; they were referred to the Senate Committee for report by 10th October.
From January 2020, the maritime industry is set to face great changes as vessels will only be allowed to use fuel with a maximum sulphur content of 0.5 percent.
Details released this week of an MRA between Taiwan and Australia show it rewards Australian Trusted Traders with a competitive edge and better access to markets in Taiwan.
EU, Russia, Iran, and China unveil new global payment system in a stunning vote of no-confidence in the US monopoly over global payment infrastructure.
DAWR is implementing interim control measures for the export of fresh strawberries from Australia, in response to reported detections of metal contaminants in the fruit.
DAWR has recently released the final seasonal measures for the BSMB and they have issued new offshore treatment approvals, as well as onshore Sulfuryl Fluoride treatment.
DAWR advises those who import goods from China that a new Chinese government authority will now issue official government certification.
Importers and Exporters who trade with Indonesia need to be aware of their new regulations requiring bills of lading to show the consignees’ Tax ID and the tariff code.
The leadership change in Canberra could delay a landmark free trade deal between Australia and Indonesia, who are on the brink of signing an agreement, after years of negotiations.
Government and Australian businesses have come together for the third annual Australian Trusted Trader (ATT) Symposium, announcing continued growth and new benefits.