Conquering Export Control Classifications in a Global Environment
Tuesday, July 30, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (PDT)
This regulatory training on international trade best practices will help the attendees understand the emerging global export compliance challenges and will provide guidance on addressing export control classifications.
Why Should You Attend:
Conducting business on a global scale requires a strategy that is dynamic and capable of managing risk and the diverse challenges of international trade. Companies that want to take their goods beyond the domestic market are faced with the struggle of both U.S. and foreign export control classification requirements. Staying abreast of global regulatory requirements can require additional resources in order to sustain efficient operations. Understanding the policies and nuances surrounding global export control classifications can be instrumental in streamlining processes and improving compliance efficiencies.
This webinar will highlight the challenges facing multinational corporations when classifying their goods for export control. How do U.S. Export Control Classification Numbers differ from that of the EU, Singapore or China? There will be a special focus on technology transfers challenges, strengthening internal compliance procedures and suggestions for global classification management. This session will focus primarily on the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry & Security Export Administration Control Regulations (EAR).
Areas Covered in the Webinar:
- Covering the Basics - What is an Export Control Classification Number & what does it mean for your business?
- What are Technology Transfers and "Deemed Exports"?
- Developing Internal Classification Processes
- Classifying Technical Data
- Managing Classifications in a Global Environment
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