The Export Compliance Training Institute will be hosting a webinar, Asia Pacific Export Controls 2015 for Asia on September 3, 2015 at 11:30 AM ACST, 10:00 AM Singapore/China Time. . The webinar will be 1.5 hours long with 1 hour dedicated to commentary from Jay Nash and 30 minutes dedicated to a Q&A session. Participants will receive unlimited access to the webinar recording, copy of the presentation and certificate of completion for $195. The registration link and additional details for the webinar are available at: http://www.learnexportcompliance.com/Webinars/Asia-Pacific-Export-Controls-2015-for-Asia.aspx
Asia Pacific Export Controls 2015 for Asia
Date: September 3, 2015 11:30 AM ACST 10:00 AM Singapore Time (9am VN Time)
Date: September 2, 2015 10:00 PM EDT
Length: 1 hour 30 minutes (Comprised of 1 hour of commentary and 30 minute Q & A session)
Cost: $195 per person (additional employees from the same company/facility $50 each up to 2 employees). Pay online via credit card.
This webinar is intended to help companies in the electronics, industrial manufacturing, logistics, IT, aerospace, chemical, energy, and bio-tech sectors understand the changes that are taking place in APAC export controls, with special emphasis on what the changes in APAC control lists will mean for local and regional export control classification and compliance. This webinar has been designed with APAC regional compliance teams and personnel responsible for covering multiple APAC countries and jurisdictions in-mind. Specifically, this webinar will:
• Deliver a comprehensive overview of the key export control-related developments in the Asia Pacific in 2015 and a look ahead to 2016 for Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Taiwan.
• Help companies understand the implications of recent changes resulting from Australia’s own “export control reform”, Korea’s amendment of its Strategic Items Import and Export Notice and the announcements by Thailand and the Philippines of pending export control legislation, among others;
• Provide a thorough review of the updates to the export control lists of Australia, China, Hong Kong, India and Taiwan and how they compare to other APAC system control lists and those of the United States (U.S.) and European Union (EU);
• Offer practical tips for classifying—and maintaining the classifications of—products against APAC export control lists and how to work with government agencies to secure official classifications of items when working with cross-functional/regional teams; and,
• Include URLs and links to current copies of all the updated export control lists and regulations covered in the webinar