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Post-TPP Vietnam Just Moves On

While Australia is refocusing its post-TPP attention on a multilateral trade bloc with China, Vietnam is turning away from the USA and looking toward the EU in the West.

Export Docs Must be Accurate for Quarantine

The Department of Agriculture & Water Resources (DAWR) has issued a reminder to exporters of plants, including fruit, vegetables and flowers, that RFPs must be accurate.

Suspension of Uncooked Prawn Meat Imports

Importers of uncooked prawns and uncooked prawn meat, and associated industry participants and retailers, need to be aware of important changes.

E-Commerce at the Forefront of Global Trade

Alibaba founder Jack Ma, a champion of global free trade, met Donald Trump this week to discuss how online retail can create up to 1 million new jobs in the USA in the next 5 years.

AFP Warns On ‘Fantasy’ Hidden in Imports

This week the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Australian Border Force (ABF) issued a joint warning to the public about an alarming trend in illegal importations of border controlled drugs.

Amazon Files Patent for Flying Warehouse

Amazon has filed a patent for an 'airborne fulfilment centre' (AFC) and the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to deliver items from the AFC to users.

SIA’s Confidence in Brisbane Airport

Singapore Airlines is the only international carrier to now offer four daily return flights on a single route to and from Brisbane.

China’s Key Position in World Supply Chain

China aims to become a key link in world trade and shipping, with its Belt & Road Initiative, COSCO’s 2-year plan to raise capacity & market share, and Shanghai lifting its ranking as a maritime hub.

How Trump’s Presidency Might Affect Trade

The TPP was in jeopardy no matter who won the U.S. presidency, but Australia has a Free Trade Agreement with the U.S. which is not under threat.

China Starts Importing Australian Stone-Fruits

After ten years of negotiations, the first shipments of Australian stone-fruit are being exported to China this month, with hopes the market will open right up.

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