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    From 1st March 2019, the Australian Government introduced increased security measures around export air cargo from Australia.  As a result, before ...
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Detention, demurrage, storage, duties and inspections. These are all charges that can make a difference when planning your shipping costs. Here is what every importer and exporter should be aware of: wp.me/p9NN8U-g7 ... See MoreSee Less

Detention, demurrage, storage, duties and inspections. These are all charges that can make a difference when planning your shipping costs. Here is what every importer and exporter should be aware of: https://wp.me/p9NN8U-g7

If you have been importing from China after the Agreement was signed in 2015 but have not been benefiting from features such as reduced tariffs, you may be entitled to the benefit of a duty refund.
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If you have been importing from China after the Agreement was signed in 2015 but have not been benefiting from features such as reduced tariffs, you may be entitled to the benefit of a duty refund. 
Find out more: https://wp.me/p9NN8U-Kt
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