Methods of entering the Chinese Market
Russell Wiese (Principal Hunt & Hunt Layewrs) delivered a webinar on 29 January 2018 focussing on Methods of entering the Chinese market
This webinar recording and materials are suitable for exporters, customs brokers and freight forwarding staff. It is recommended that business managers and owners consider the content of this webinar when looking to enter the Chinese market.
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.
For customs brokers looking to obtain CPD points associated with this webinar recording, please register for the course and online assessment available under the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) section of www.ComplianceNetFTA.com – topic Methods of entering the Chinese market (3 CPD points - Stream B - FTA052)
There is no charge to complete this course.
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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- Methods of entering the Chinese Market
Russell Wiese (Principal Hunt & Hunt Layewrs) delivered a webinar on 29 January 2018 focussing on Methods of entering the Chinese market.
• emerging trends;
• methods of entering Chinese market - pros and cons:
• due diligence;
• agent relationship, roles and obligations;
• representative office;
• conducting business in China;
• online regulations.
Contact ComplianceNet - Freight & Trade Alliance Training Support on 02 9975 1878 or czalai@FTAlliance.com.au for help with enrolment.