Capsicums (Paprika) from Korea
Import conditions for capsicums from Korea are available on the Biosecurity Import Conditions system (BICON), making the import of these goods possible.
A decision to import capsicums from Korea into Australia is a commercial decision between an importer in Australia and a supplier in Korea who can meet the import conditions.
The following documents relate to the import risk analysis for paprika from the Republic of Korea. (Fresh paprika is commonly called capsicum in Australia).
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|2009/19||11 Aug 09|
Biosecurity Australia Advice notifying the policy determination for fresh greenhouse-grown capsicum (paprika) from the Republic of Korea
Final import risk analysis report for fresh greenhouse-grown capsicum (paprika) fruit from the Republic of Korea
|2009/11||18 May 09|
Provisional final import risk analysis report for greenhouse-grown capsicum (paprika) fruit from the Republic of Korea
|n/a||12 Aug 08||Submissions in response to draft Import Risk Analysis Report|
|2008/14||20 May 08|
Draft Import Risk Analysis Report for Fresh Capsicum (Paprika) Fruit from the Republic of Korea
|2008/07||18 Mar 08||Commencement of an import risk analysis for paprika from the Republic of Korea||41kb||23kb|
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