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Webinar: Considerations for Exporting to China - 051315

Presented by the U.S. Commercial Service

May 13, 2015
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM EST

Speakers: Alfredo G. Fernández

May 13, 2015
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM EST


Alfredo Fernandez will present this webinar program as part of a series titled, International Trade Compliance Webinar Training Program, presented by the U.S. Commercial Service.  This webinar series consists of thirteen one hour to 90 minute webinars starting in early April running through late May 2015.

This presentation in the series will address:

It is no secret that China’s economy is one of the world’s largest and continues to grow.  Many American companies have started or want to enter the Chinese market.  Exporting to China presents substantial business upside but also serious compliance risks if done improperly. Because the United States maintains an arms embargo with respect to China, the ITAR include special limitations on exports of defense articles to China.  Although many civil and dual-use articles and technology can be exported to China without a license under the ITAR or the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), companies must be diligent in researching the end users and end uses of the exports as the transactions may be prohibited or require licenses based on the destinations.  This webinar will provide practical guidance on exporting to China.

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