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The Saudi Arabian Standards Organisation (SASO), part of the Saudia Arabian Government, has commissioned INTERTEK to provide this certification. Australian exporters should lodge an enquiry with INTERTEK for further advice on the process.
Austrade is the Australian government agency responsible for the promotion of trade and investment. In investment, Austrade works with foreign companies who are seeking to establish and expand their business in Australia.
Australia is a major producer and exporter of bulk minerals such as iron ore and coal as well as a variety of other minerals - as such, Australia has enormous capability in exploration and mining development. However, most production of mineral commodities is tied up in long term contractual arrange ...
There are a number of testing organisations in Australia that are authorised to provide certification and assessment services, on a commercial basis, in accordance with the technical requirements and regulations of various overseas markets.
Intellectual property (IP) protection is an important part of any international business strategy.
In order for goods to be permitted entry into the USA by the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the person or business importing the goods must be listed in the customs declaration (such as CBP Form 5106 - Importer ID Input Record).
Before accepting exports of a chemical product from Australia, many countries require an assurance from the government authority responsible for regulating the product in Australia.
For Australian companies selling products online to European markets, Austrade recommend exporters to research and understand the European VAT (value added tax) system.
Along with animal by-products such as wool and animal hides, honey is classified as a 'non-prescribed good' under Australian export control legislation, which means that there is no Australian restriction on its export.
Increased trade creates more Australian jobs and delivers more opportunities for Australian businesses. Find out about how you can take advantage of Australia's North Asia Free Trade Agreements (FTAs).
The Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) scheme can reimburse up to 50 per cent of eligible export promotion expenses above $5,000.
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