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Reminder: Cannabis Imports Remain Illegal

Due to possible misunderstandings by importers, there has been a significant increase in the number of cannabis imports seized at the border over the past month.

Qantas Flies Fine Line Between China and Taiwan

The Australian Government has warned Beijing against using threats to pressure Qantas to refer to Taiwan as part of mainland China rather than a separate country.

Drugs Found Hidden in Imported Caravan

A caravan imported by sea freight from the UK has been found by the ABF to have 94kg of illicit drugs stashed in cavities.

Australia & UK Discuss Post-Brexit Trade Deal

The Australian Prime Minister discussed a post-Brexit trade deal in the UK as well as an FTA in Germany, ahead of a push for a free trade agreement with the EU in Brussels.

Backlash Over Live Sheep Exports

Federal Labor has this week demanded a temporary ban on new live sheep exports during the northern summer.

Autonomous Shipping at Full Speed Ahead

The formation of the world's first autonomous shipping company was announced in Norway this week. Their all-electric autonomous container vessels will begin sailing in 2020.

Promoting Economic & Trade Interests in Vietnam

Government Minister Mark Coulton is visiting Vietnam from 3rd to 6th April to promote Australian economic and trade interests.

New Tests Apply to Food Imports

DAWR is amending the tests applied to the surveillance of food that is imported into Australia, effective for all entries lodged as from 24th April.

Fears Grow for Global Trade Wars

The Australian Prime Minister hopes the USA and China can negotiate a deal, as fears grow of a global trade war, sparked by new American tariffs.

Hopes High for Trade Outcomes at ASEAN

Sydney is the host city for the ASEAN-Australia Special Summit, running from 17-18 March 2018, marking the first time Australia has hosted a summit with ASEAN.

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