Editor’s Note: As part of our partnership with GlobalBusinessProfessor.com (GBP), a provider of online education for professionals, AMN will now bring you on-demand online educational programs specifically tailored to automotive aftermarket industry professionals. Today, we highlight GBP’s “Innovation in China Customs and International Trade” seminar, presented by Damon Paling, partner with PwC, Shanghai.
Presented by Damon Paling, partner, PwC, Shanghai
In this seminar, Paling describes China’s recently piloted trade facilitation reforms and how they can improve a company’s supply-chain efficiency. Topics presented in the seminar include the latest information on China’s tariff measures, non-tariff measures, customs audit and investigation, bonded manufacturing and trade facilitation. A benchmarking survey report is provided, which assists companies in measuring operational performance, developing strategies and attaining best practices in cross-border operations.
In the On-Demand Seminar, Damon Paling, partner, PwC, Shanghai, details practices companies can implement to take advantage of China’s new trade facilitation measures to save time and cost when importing and exporting. Access to the 55-minute complimentary seminar is provided through GlobalBusinessProfessor.com by clicking here.
Paling has more than 17 years of experience in Asia, including 11 in China on trade compliance, business models and dispute resolution. Paling concludes that 2014 was a positive year in China, as new trade facilitation measures were introduced by Customs and Commodity Inspection and Quarantine (CIQ) against a backdrop of softening import/export trade flows. He forecasts that, in 2015, challenges at the border and post-importation audits and investigations are likely to continue, while CIQ will continue to implement new trade facilitation measures throughout China that can save time and cost when importing and exporting.