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AUS-Hong Kong free-trade agreement negotiations conclude

Australia and Hong Kong have concluded negotiations on a free-trade agreement, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison calling it a “significant milestone in our already substantial…

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BMSB infestation detected in cargo from China and South Korea

THE brown marmorated stink bug is at the gates, with “a large number” of live insects detected on cargo coming in to the country recently,…

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership to begin in 2018

Australia has become the 6th country to officially adopt the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) meaning that the agreement will commence on 30 December 2018.  As an…

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Trade Talk

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has published its latest Trade Talk – 26 October 2018 Newsletter and is forwarded for your information….

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New oversize tyres imported from Japan

There are  immediate measures to control biosecurity risk in consignments of new oversize tyres imported from Japan. As a result of recent detections of exotic…

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Update on Management of LCL and FAK containers for BMSB season

From Tuesday 9th October 2018, The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources ( the department) have industry of the that the LCL/ FAK container process….

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Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement

The Australian Government has announced that it has reached agreement with Indonesia regarding the terms of a bi-lateral free trade agreement.  The text of the…

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Indonesian customs data requirements

Indonesia Customs mandatory data requirements now in effect: NPWP (Tax number) and HS code Please be aware that this information will appear on both the…

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Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Measures Update

The emergency measures for the 2018/2019 stink bug season are constantly changing. For the latest update from the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources we…

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Typhoons Cause Delays

Several typhoons rolling through China have been causing massive delays for vessels over the past few weeks. With Ningbo and Shanghai severely affected, we have…

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