In 2005, the Australian Customs along with all other WCO members endorsed the SAFE Framework, which includes providing benefits to businesses that meet supply chain security standards and best practices.
As of 1 January 2012, goods imported or exported using the Trans-Tasman trade agreement are required to qualify for duty free treatment using only the change in tariff classification rule.
The Malaysian indirect tax regime comprises mainly of taxes administered by the Royal Malaysian Customs and Excise Department (RMCED). These include import duty, export duty, excise duty, sales tax and service tax.
The government of the People's Republic of China will soon be undertaking very significant taxation reforms. The proposed reforms, which are expected to commence with a pilot programme in Shanghai in 2012.
Bridging the gap between Transfer Pricing and Customs Valuation
Changing obligations for import of computers and television sets and export controls on defense and strategic in Australia.
Cutting through the complexity of the ASEAN-China Free Trade.
Changes to the Australian Duty Concession Programs.
US requests comments on Proposed U.S.-Trans-Pacific Partnership Free Trade Agreement.
Welcoming Trade in 2010.
ASEAN-India Trade in Goods Agreement takes off.
Certain goods removed from 2009 "Catalogue of Prohibited Goods for Processing Trade".
Managing customs valuation and customs-related transfer pricing risks.
China and Singapore implement a free trade agreement.