Registration Available for Part Two of Webcast Series on Recent Policy & Practice Trends of China Customs & International Trade

Understanding tariff measures can be a daunting task – especially when trying to decipher those measures for another country.  Now imagine having to understand and follow tariff measures, as well as non-tariff measures.   In China, this two-pronged approach has kept many companies from even trying to import and export with China. But, if understanding tariff and non-tariff measures are keeping your company from expanding into the Asian region, and more specifically into China, then it is time to take a look at both.

To help companies gain a better understanding, Integration Point invited PwC China, Shanghai Branch, to present a two-part webcast series on the recent policy & practice trends of China Customs & international trade.

Register now for the second part of the series –a free, educational 60-minute webcast being held on Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. EDT/ 8:00 a.m. PDT to help companies gain a better understanding of non-tariff measures within Chinese Customs. During this webcast, Sylvia Chen, Director of Worldtrade Management Services at PwC China, Shanghai Branch, will discuss the following topics:

  • Overview of current non-tariff measures adopted by China
  • China in comparison with other countries regarding non-tariff measures
  • Recent policy and practice development for product licensing, quality inspection and foreign exchange
  • Trade facilitation schemes such as e-Clearance and enterprise classification programs
  • Best practices for tackling non-tariff measures in China

There will be a Q&A session following the webcast, as well as continued dialogue on the Global Trade News blog.

To register for the second part of the webcast series, click here.

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