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The China Singapore Free Trade Agreement was entered in force since 2009, with upgrading negotiation last held in October 11-12, 2017 to further promote the development of bilateral trade and economic relationship and level it up in order to better benefit the enterprises and people of both countries. Key benefits of the the Free Trade Agreement Tariff Elimination of 95%…
Source: Youtube (Wall Street Journal), Jan 24, 2018 As the container shipping industry continues to boom, companies are adopting new technologies to move cargo faster and shifting to crewless ships. But it’s not all been smooth sailing and the future will see fewer players stay above water.
The list of prohibited goods shows the goods not allowed for import into Singapore. Controlled goods require proper authorisation (advance notification, licence or certificate approval) from Competent Authorities (CAs) before they may be imported into Singapore. You may view the list of controlled goods here. Alternatively, you may search to check if the goods are controlled using the description of…
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Importing to Singapore

This page provides a quick guide on the import procedures for those who wish to import goods into Singapore. Imports In General An import refers to goods brought into customs territory from an entry point or a free trade zone (FTZ), or overseas goods brought into a free trade zone for storage and pending re-export. To import goods into Singapore,…