China Trade Compliance

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

About

Keeping track of recent changes in China’s import and export laws is complex, and local administrative bodies and regional customs offices have a lot of leeway interpreting the law. At home, the US government is aggressively enforcing export controls (almost a third of OEE enforcement matters involve exports to China) and is imposing new export controls and licensing requirements on high-tech goods ranging from aircraft to space communication systems that could be used by China's rapidly expanding military. Do you have the information you need to avoid border delays and enforcement actions? Back by popular demand, American Conference Institute presents this publication from the acclaimed 2nd National Forum on China Trade Compliance. Highlights from this publication will include how to:

  • Implement an ICP for exports and re-exports to China
  • Screen your customers in China: how to meet VEU requirements and identify military end-uses
  • Reduce import/export cycle time and adapt to port of entry differences
  • Avoid costly mistakes of repairs and returns
  • Optimize bonded operations process
  • Mitigate increased VAT leakage costs on export goods
  • Assess trade capability of your suppliers and vendors in China
  • Address import/export issues directly with Chinese government officials
  • Manage the global trade compliance function in China
  • Comply with new Chinese Encryption regulations
And much, much more!

Contents & Contributors

About

Keeping track of recent changes in China’s import and export laws is complex, and local administrative bodies and regional customs offices have a lot of leeway interpreting the law. At home, the US government is aggressively enforcing export controls (almost a third of OEE enforcement matters involve exports to China) and is imposing new export controls and licensing requirements on high-tech goods ranging from aircraft to space communication systems that could be used by China's rapidly expanding military. Do you have the information you need to avoid border delays and enforcement actions? Back by popular demand, American Conference Institute presents this publication from the acclaimed 2nd National Forum on China Trade Compliance. Highlights from this publication will include how to:

  • Implement an ICP for exports and re-exports to China
  • Screen your customers in China: how to meet VEU requirements and identify military end-uses
  • Reduce import/export cycle time and adapt to port of entry differences
  • Avoid costly mistakes of repairs and returns
  • Optimize bonded operations process
  • Mitigate increased VAT leakage costs on export goods
  • Assess trade capability of your suppliers and vendors in China
  • Address import/export issues directly with Chinese government officials
  • Manage the global trade compliance function in China
  • Comply with new Chinese Encryption regulations
And much, much more!

Contents & Contributors

THE NEW CHINA RULE
John R. Liebman, McKenna Long & Aldridge, LLP

CUSTOMER SCREENING IN EXPORT CONTROL COMPLIANCE
CiCi Chen, Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC)

SCREENING CUSTOMERS AND IDENTIFYING MILITARY END-USE
Holly Hong, Tektronix Co., Ltd.

IMPLEMENTING THE NEW CHINA RULE INTO THE ICP
Carol A. Kalinoski, Carol A. Kalinoski & Associates PC

IMPLEMENTING INTERNAL COMPLIANCE PROGRAM IN CHINA: CHALLENGES AND PRACTICE
He Xiaodong, China North Industries Corp. (NORINCO) (Beijing, China)

UDPATE ON CHINESE CUSTOMS ENVIRONMENT: LATEST REGULATOR CHANGES AND HOW THEY AFFECT YOUR BUSINESS
John P. Robinson, PricewaterhouseCoopers

OPTIMIZING CUSTOMS BONDED OPERATIONS TO SUPPORT YOUR CHINA BUSINESS STRATEGY
Jiwei Ye, JPMorgan Chase

COMPARING PORTS OF ENTRY: HOW TO REDUCE IMPORT AND EXPORT CYCLE TIME
Jim Ma, Grace China Ltd.
Linda He, Agilent Technologies Inc.

THE USE AND IMPORTATION OF ENCRYPTION TECHNOLOGIES INTO CHINA
Xie Xiaoming, DLA Piper UK LLP

MANAGING THE GLOBAL TRADE COMPLIANCE FUNCTION IN CHINA
Nancy Zhao, PricewaterhouseCoopers

ASSESSING TRADE CAPABILITY OF YOUR CHINESE SUPPLIERS IN A MULTI-TIERED OR REVERSE VALUE CHAIN
Lydia McClure, Applied Materials Inc.

CHINESE SUPPLIERS – ASSESSING TRADE CAPACITY
Erin L. Crockett, Dresser Inc.

ADDRESSING IMPORT & EXPORT ISSUES WITH CHINESE OFFICIALS
Run-Hua Grace Ai, Sun Microsystems (Beijing, China)

CHINA’S EXPORT CONTROL AND OUTREACH ACTIVITIES
Li Genxin, China Arms Control and Disarmament Association

MANAGING FICEs: HOW TO MINIMIZE RISKS AND FACILITATE TRADE
Jiwei Ye, JPMorgan Chase

MANAGING AN FICE – THE MARY KAY EXPERIENCE
Diane Divin, Mary Kay Inc.

REVISIONS TO CHINA’S EXPORT VAT REFUND POLICY
Robert Smith, Ernst & Young



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