Get things done in China without breaking US export control rules. Recent changes in the regulations pose new challenges -- learn what they are and how to manage.
Even if your business does not export finished products to China, that does not necessarily mean you can relax. What about those drawings your purchasing department sends to Chinese suppliers? The parts you export there for processing or assembly? The technology transfers required for your new joint venture? Those Chinese nationals just hired as design engineers?
You probably know that the United States imports more goods from China than from any other country. What you may not realize is that China is a top destination for US exports. US firms export $180B in goods and services to China each year, an increase of over 500% since China joined the World Trade Organization. Contrary to common belief, those containers heading west across the Pacific are filled with more than soybeans or scrap metal. Aircraft, chemicals, electronics and production equipment are some of the top are all areas of potential export control concern.
But when it comes to export controls, China presents a very different risk profile from the other top US export destinations like Canada, Japan, and Germany, all of which are long-standing US allies and members of the major multilateral export control regimes. Not only do more items require a license for export to China than to most other countries, US export enforcement authorities are keenly focused on China. In other words, you are more likely to need a license to do business with China and you are more likely to get caught if you proceed in violation of the rules.
Join us for this webinar and participate as we discuss these and other topics:
US export controls for China are complex, and have changed recently. Exporters need help understanding them and how to cope. Join us for this timely webinar to learn all the need-to-know details!
This webinar will include PowerPoint slides and live video and commentary from Scott Gearity. Scott brings nearly 20 years of consulting, training, and corporate export compliance program management experience to bear for his clients. Webinar participants are invited to submit questions during the webinar. The final 30 minutes of the webinar will be allotted to answering attendees’ questions. Each registrant will receive a copy of the presentation, certificate of completion, and access to the webinar recording.
Can’t make the live broadcast of this webinar? Don’t worry; you will receive access to the webinar, via recording and PowerPoint presentation. Multi-viewer discounts available.
29 Sep 2020 @ 01:00 pm
29 Sep 2020 @ 02:30 pm
Duration: 1 hours, 30 minutes
Timezone: GMT -5:00