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New Requirements for China & Indonesia

New regulations for shipments to China and Indonesia have come into effect this month and additional information for exports must be submitted prior to departure.

Australia talks Free Trade with EU

EU officials will land in Australia next month to begin talks on a free trade deal, after its member states gave the long-awaited green light for negotiations on an agreement.

Complaints about New Biosecurity Levy

Import industry representatives have expressed displeasure with the announcement in the Federal Budget of a Biosecurity Levy of $10.02 per TEU to be introduced on 1 July 2019.

Federal Budget Impacts on our Industry

The Australian Federal Government handed down its annual Budget this week and there are a number of measures that affect the import, export and international forwarding industries.

The Importance of Small Business Exports

Lecturers in economics and international trade law have spoken out about the importance of Australia’s small and medium business exporters and the possible fallout from a trade war.

Update on Flowers Imported for Mothers Day

In the lead up to Mother’s Day, imported flowers found to be infested with live pests will be directed for onshore fumigation, prior to identification by an entomologist.

Alert for New Import Pest: Tramp Ants

Tramp ants are an invasive and aggressive species of exotic insect that have established widely across the globe but were not, until now, found to be present in Australia.

U.S. Has Second Thoughts About Joining TPP

On his first day as president Donald Trump pulled the USA out of the TPP. A little more than a year later he has instructed his staff to look into re-joining the multilateral trade agreement.

Tariff Cuts to Boost Trade with Japan

New tariff cuts under the Japan-Australia Economic Partnership Agreement (JAEPA) came into effect on 1st April and will boost our trade and investment relationship with Japan.

Blockchain Set to Revolutionise Trade

Blockchain technology is poised to revolutionise operations across the freight and logistics sector by cutting down on the amount of documentation needed in imports and exports.

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