Introduction to JAEPA / Tax Considerations Specific to the Japanese Market
Crowe Horwath’s Customs and International Trade team delivered a webinar on 6 October 2017 focussing on the Introduction to JAEPA and tax considerations specific to the Japanese market.
This webinar recording is suitable for exporters, customs brokers and freight forwarding staff. It is recommended that business managers and owners take note of requirements and implement measures to meet compliance requirements.
NOTE: import/export regulation and requirements are complex, and no training program can ever cover the exact circumstances you come across day to day - this is especially so for Free Trade Agreements where outcomes are country, product and exporter specific - we highly recommend that you consult a customs broker or freight forwarder for professional advice, see a list of registered members of the Freight & Trade Alliance.
An optional online assessment is available at the completion of the course.
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The activity has received funding from Austrade as part of the Free Trade Agreement Training Provider Grant Program. The views expressed within the activities are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information or advice contained herein.
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- Introduction to JAEPA / Tax Considerations Specific to the Japanese Market
•Brief overview of contextual issues necessitating the FTA – e.g. what percentage of Australia’s agricultural export market is accounted for by Japanese importers – and insight into the Japanese market–
• Basic import procedures
• How to use the FTA – Rules of Origin, etc.– Rules of Origin, etc.
• Areas of opportunity for Australian exporters and methods of entry • Market access challenges
• Export concessions and grants
Tax considerations specific to the Japanese market:
• Structuring of export sales and activities – tax impacts in Australia and the foreign importing country
• No foreign presence - rep office - full service
• Tax differences between distributors, agents, and employees
• Distribution agreements
• Requirements in regards to foreign tax registrations and obligations
Contact ComplianceNet - Freight & Trade Alliance Training Support on 02 9975 1878 or czalai@FTAlliance.com.au for help with enrolment.