Invitation November 2020
|Asia Pacific International Commercial and Trade Webinar Series|
December 2020 – January 2021 | 11:00 am – 12:00 pm (GMT+8)
We are pleased to present the Asia Pacific Trade Webinar Series which focuses on the Nuts and Bolts of Trade Compliance and will deliver practical guidance and on-the-ground insights from our teams in Asia Pacific.
This program features overarching customs developments and highlights on specially regulated goods. Key themes will include:
- Significant changes to customs clearance requirements
- Customs enforcement and audit priorities
- Changes in import and export controls/prohibitions and specific permitting or licensing requirements
- Other jurisdictional specific updates, such as:
- COVID regulation special measures
- Government trade incentive programs
- FTA developments, including the RCEP Agreement
- Trade war tensions
- Sanctions developments
- New regulatory regimes impacting supply chains
- Regulatory reforms in development
This webinar series is complimentary but registration is required. To register for the sessions, please click on the registration buttons below. Please note that the Zoom platform will be used for this webinar series. If you have any questions relating to the webinars, please contact Sharon How or Amanda Murillo.
December 2020 Sessions Jurisdictional Updates Date Singapore Thursday, 3 December Register Vietnam Tuesday, 8 December Register Malaysia Thursday, 10 December Register Thailand Tuesday, 15 December Register Indonesia Thursday, 17 December Register
January 2021 Sessions Jurisdictional Updates Date Australia Tuesday, 19 January Register Philippines Thursday, 21 January Register China/Hong Kong Tuesday, 26 January Register Japan Thursday, 28 January Register
Asia Pacific Key Contacts
Partner [email protected]
Registered Foreign Lawyer
|Thanh Vinh Nguyen|
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