ABF – Australian Customs Notice No. 2022/48

“Customs (Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership – Entry into Force for Other Parties) Notice 2022”. The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) will enter into forcefor Malaysia on 29 November 2022. Link to the official notice from the Australian Boarder Force below: Feel free to reach out to us if you […]

Australian Border Force – Goods Compliance Update (Spring 2022)

Just released from the Australian Border Force, is the ‘Goods Compliance Update (Spring 2022)’. Featured Articles: To view the full document, please click on the link below: *https://www.abf.gov.au/trade-and-goods-compliance-subsite/ComplianceNewsletters/goods-compliance-update-spring-2022.pdf If you have any queries, please feel free to reach out to us.

‘Single Window’

‘Single Window’ is the future for Paperless International Trade and WCP is excited to be a part of this development by creating the Global Single Windows platform in the cloud. The below YouTube link will explain in 3 minutes, what this development will mean to traders. Would love to hear your feedback and thoughts. What Is a […]

Extension of the additional customs duty on Russian and Belarusian goods

The goods will continue to have a rate of customs duty of 35% or greater and will only be eligible for concessional treatment under certain concessional items. The original measure applied the additional 35% duty to these goods when they left for shipment to Australia on or after 25 April 2022. It applied for a […]

Europe’s top tech scale-ups announced at Web Summit

The UK Government’s 2022 tech scale-ups programme, the Tech Rocketship Awards, reached its conclusion today. The Awards identified the brightest and best tech companies and will accelerate the global growth of its winners, through curated programmes connecting them with the UK’s ecosystem of investors, incubators and High Potential Opportunity (HPO) clusters. The Grand Finale saw […]

United Nations: International Day of the Girl Child11 October

Our time is now—our rights, our future In 2022, we commemorate the 10th anniversary of the International Day of the Girl (IDG). In these last 10 years, there has been increased attention on issues that matter to girls amongst governments, policymakers and the general public, and more opportunities for girls to have their voices heard […]

British lamb shipped to America for first time in over two decades.

British lamb has now been exported to the USA for the first time in over 20 years. The United States Department for Agriculture (USDA) agreed to open the market for British lamb last year, and following the necessary inspections, the first consignment was flown to the USA this week containing lamb produced by meat processors […]

Notice: UK Generalised Scheme of Preferences (GSP): goods graduation from 1 January 2023

1.  Introduction Goods graduation is the suspension of preferential rates of customs duty on certain imports. These imports are highly competitive without trade preferences. Suspensions can be applied to goods from countries in the general framework of the UK Generalised Scheme of Preferences (GSP). An assessment to determine which goods should be graduated under the UK GSP has been […]

Trade & Investment Factsheets

(Australia)This factsheet provides the latest statistics on trade and investment between the UK andAustralia.Date of release: 20 September 2022; Date of next planned release: 19 October 2022 Source: Trade and Investment Factsheet (publishing.service.gov.uk)

Update from GOV.​UK for:

Department for International Trade Open general export licences for low value shipments Page summary:Licences allowing the export of low value shipments of certain goods. See explanation below for which licence to use. Change made:This version of the licence has been reverted to its original format first published in December 2020, as the intended changes that […]