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Tomb-Sweeping Day

Please note that all offices in China and Hong Kong will close from on the 4th April – 6th April 2020 for Tomb-Sweeping Day.  Work…

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China raises export tax rebate

China will increase export tax rebates on almost 1,500 products from March 20, the finance ministry said as the government looks to ease the pressure…

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Update with shipping – Coronavirus

The container shipping industry, a bellwether for international trade, has been blown off course by the coronavirus, which brought parts of China to a standstill…

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Coronavirus Update 3

It was just a few days ago when the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. The virus has found a foothold…

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Aluminium Extrusions Investigations

There was a time when the importation of aluminium extrusions was not seen as risky.  Only general duty rates applied and it didn’t really matter…

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Coronavirus – Impact on trade

February has been a volatile month for the world as we all watched the spread of the coronavirus worldwide. The Lunar New Year holidays were…

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Container Rainbow gets some TLC

February 20, 2020 0 Comments

One of Fremantle’s most loved and iconic works of public art is getting a makeover. Commissioned by the City of Fremantle and installed overlooking the…

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Coronavirus Update

This is a follow-up post from our earlier notification regarding the extension of the Chinese New Year holidays. Preventative measures to stop the spread of…

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Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement

The Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement (PAFTA) will enter into force on 11 February 2020. About PAFTA PAFTA will launch a new chapter in economic relations…

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Red Imported Fire Ants – Fremantle

Late last year it was reported that the detection of the Red Imported Fire Ant (RIFA) had been made in Fremantle. If you operate within…

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