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CHAFTA - 4 Steps For Your Business

CHAFTA - 4 Steps For Your Business

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.8 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 26 August 2016

1. Identify the customs tariff code for your goods
2. Identify the lower (preferential) duty rates for your goods
3. Determine eligibility for the goods you produce – only goods produced in Australia or China are eligible for preferential tariff treatment under ChAFTA
4. Certify the origin of your goods to ensure that you get the lower tariff rate

China-Australia Free Trade Agreement

China-Australia Free Trade Agreement

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 2.1 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 26 August 2016

The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) entered into force on 20 December 2015. This first free trade agreement (FTA) gives Australia a significant advantage in its trade relationship with China, now the world’s largest economy. The potential benefits for Queensland will be substantial across the key industries of agriculture, agribusiness, mining, manufacturing and a wide range of services.

Japan Australia Economic Partnership Agreement

Japan Australia Economic Partnership Agreement

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  • SIZE: 0.5 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 26 August 2016

This publication was produced prior to the current government
The Japan-Australia Economic Partnership Agreement (JAEPA) entered into force on 15 January 2015. Japan is the world’s third largest global economy and has a significant and long standing trade relationship with Queensland. It is Queensland’s second largest trading partner, with merchandise exports valued at $8.8 billion or almost 20% of Queensland’s total exports.

Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement

Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement

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  • LAST UPDATED: 26 August 2016

This publication was produced prior to the current government
The Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA) entered into force on 12 December 2014. The Republic of Korea is the world’s twelfth largest economy and fourth largest in Asia. It is Queensland’s third largest merchandise trading partner with exports valued at $4.7 billion or about 10% of Queensland’s total merchandise exports.

Queensland Natural Products Exporters Directory

Queensland Natural Products Exporters Directory

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  • SIZE: 4.8 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 1 March 2018

Consumers worldwide are increasingly aware of the link between nutrition and health. People want to know that the food that they eat is clean and safe, produced sustainably and uses trusted ingredients and methods. Queensland’s food and agriculture sector is internationally renowned for its quality and high food-safety standards.

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Queensland-India Trade and Investment Strategy 2018–2023

Queensland-India Trade and Investment Strategy 2018–2023

29 November 2018

Partnerships work both ways. The Queensland-India Trade and Investment Strategy 2018–2023 aims to provide new jobs, economic growth, and innovation associated with enhancing Queensland and India’s trade and investment relationship.

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Trade and Investment Queensland's annual report 2018–2019

Trade and Investment Queensland's annual report 2018–2019

8 October 2019

We connect Queensland with the world and the world with Queensland – driving global business opportunities that create jobs and prosperity across Queensland.

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