Trading is a complex business. Members of the international trading community must deal with multiple regulatory authorities when importing or exporting goods. Remarkably, trade-related regulatory requirements are administered and enforced by more than 30 agencies at the federal level in Australia, as well as some at the state and territory level. There is very little administrative coordination among the various agencies and the linkages between them have not been automated. This commentary address Australia's progress with a trade single window.
|Specialist publication||East Asia Forum|
|Publication status||Published - 19 Nov 2021|