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TRADE POLICIES AND PRACTICES BY MEASURE

Australia
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ana strauch

on 20 April 2010

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Transcript of TRADE POLICIES AND PRACTICES BY MEASURE

INTRODUCTION T
INTRODUCTION T Australia has no plans to become a party to the WTO Agreement on Government Procurement Assistance is provided in order to encourage domestic industry development






The Enhanced Project By-Law Scheme (EPBS): provides duty-free entry for eligible goods (capital equipment and machinery) for projects in agriculture, food processing, food packaging, manufacturing, mining
The Automotive Competitiveness Investment Scheme (ACIS): import duty credits are issued quarterly to eligible participants, to encourage new investment and innovation in the automotive industry
The textiles, clothing and footwear policy by-laws:

The Trade and Export Concession Scheme (TRADEX),

The Certain Inputs to Manufacture Other duty concession schemes Other charges affecting imports Indirect taxes: Apart from customs duties, imports are subject to a goods and services tax and is applied at 10% of the value of the taxable import

Other charges: Import declaration processing charges are imposed for goods imported by air, sea, and post. Charges continue to be set on a cost-recovery basis

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