As this blog readers are fully aware, multinational companies who have international operation cannot disregard the importance of export control in Asia region.
In October 20 & 21, 2010, American Conference Institute ("ACI") will have Singapore Summit on Export Controls Compliance in Marriott Hotel in Singapore.
This seminar is really useful for executives and managers who are in charge of trade compliance in global companies.
Details are in this URL: http://www.americanconference.com/Singapore.htm
I will be a one of the speakers on Oct 21 afternoon session, "Japan Export Controls: Preventing Product Classification Pitfalls", together with Mr. Riko in Mitsubishi Corp, General Manager - Security Trade Control Office. It would be really exciting opportunity for me.
Sub-topics of our presentation are as follows.
• How to verify whether your products are controlled under basic Japan controls.
• Discussing the uniqueness of classification numbering scheme.
• Preventing common mistakes in language translation.
• Overcoming operational challenges in “parameter sheet”for enough evidence of classification.
As a speaker, my colleagues and friends are entitled to $200 off the price. Before Aug 17 (early bird expiration date), you will have $500 off compared to the standard price.
My blog reader can be regarded as my friend and enjoy registration fee discount. If you want to have discount, please contact to Bryan Cave International Trade via Useful Link in the right corner of this blog.