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Australian high-quality, counter-seasonal table grapes for South Korea  

 

Australian table grape exports to South Korea continue to improve. Signed in April 2014, the Korea Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA) 

was a great step forward for Australia's $200 million a year table grape export industry.

 

What KAFTA meant

The import tariff for Australian table grapes dropped from 45 per cent to 24 per cent during the months of December to April, 

and these tariffs will be eliminated over five years. Without tarrifs the Australian products sell more readily and quantities will increase.


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