Draft Export Control Rules 2020 – Fish and Fish Products

We are improving the current agricultural export legislative framework. This is part of our wider initiative to strengthen Australian agricultural exports and market access.

The improvements will make the laws more relevant, responsive and efficient for exporters, farmers and other primary producers. It will still provide strong regulation while removing duplication and ensuring consistency across commodities where possible.

You can now provide feedback on the Draft Export Control Rules 2020 – Fish and Fish Products.

The rules, once finalised, will outline the requirements for exporting fish and fish products from Australia. This includes:

  • where and how products are prepared
  • when permits and certificates are necessary.

Make a submission

Before you provide feedback, read:

To have your say

  • attend an information session, or
  • upload a written submission using our online form.

Submissions now extended to Friday 31 May 2019.

Register in Have Your Say and follow this project for updates.

[Image: Getty Images/Cultura RF]

We are improving the current agricultural export legislative framework. This is part of our wider initiative to strengthen Australian agricultural exports and market access.

The improvements will make the laws more relevant, responsive and efficient for exporters, farmers and other primary producers. It will still provide strong regulation while removing duplication and ensuring consistency across commodities where possible.

You can now provide feedback on the Draft Export Control Rules 2020 – Fish and Fish Products.

The rules, once finalised, will outline the requirements for exporting fish and fish products from Australia. This includes:

  • where and how products are prepared
  • when permits and certificates are necessary.

Make a submission

Before you provide feedback, read:

To have your say

  • attend an information session, or
  • upload a written submission using our online form.

Submissions now extended to Friday 31 May 2019.

Register in Have Your Say and follow this project for updates.

[Image: Getty Images/Cultura RF]