Customs Issues for the Auto Industry

The Australian automotive industry is going through a period of transformation. This coincides with significant ongoing developments in Australia's customs and global trade landscape. These two areas of change are interacting and ...

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Frozen Berries Scare and Free Trade Agreements – Separating Fact from Fiction

The contaminated berry scandal has forced Australians to focus on the quality of imported foods. An interesting and unexpected response has been the suggestion that the recently concluded free trade agreement with China is part of...

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Digital Fuels Asian Appetite for Australian Property

Asian buyers represent a very significant component of purchaser demand in Australia, particularly in the capital cities. "At Hunt & Hunt, we have acted for local vendors and purchasers in the sale and purchase of several larg...

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Don’t be Caught Out by FIRB

Because of the recent influx of overseas interest in the Australian real estate market, owners and investors need to be familiar with the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) requirements. FIRB's role is to review applications b...

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Free Trade Agreement Doesn’t Equal Risk Free Trade: Six Tips for Doing Business with China

The China Australia Free Trade Agreement will further open China as an attractive marketplace for business and investment, with greater access to China’s $10 trillion economy which currently has a growth rate of around 7.7% per ...

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China Free Trade Agreement: What’s Crucial for Australian Importers and Exporters?

Australia has announced the completion of negotiations for a China-Australia Free Trade Agreement.  For those involved in Australia-China trade, we set out below key considerations and steps to take to best prepare for the commen...

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