Webinar: Trade Legislation Changes Around the World – Translated!

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trade-war-250x250Como está?

Zěnmeliǎo?

Translated: what's happening?

It may seem like you need a translator to understand the scope of rapid policy shifts in international trade, especially as countries like Canada, Brazil, and China respond to increased US tariffs and restrictions. 

Instead of turning to Google Translate, tune in to our upcoming webinar, where Suzanne Richer, Director of Trade Advisory Practices at Amber Road, will expand on how US trade changes have impacted legislation in other countries. 

Webinar: Como está? Zěnmeliǎo? What’s Happening? Trade Legislation Changes Around the World – Translated!

Broadcast live by Amber Road's Global Trade Academy

Thursday, July 12, at 2PM EDT

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Join us for an insightful conversation on global regulatory updates that will impact the places you do business. We will explore new legislation in the EU, Canada, Brazil, and China, to name a few, and expand to discuss where enforcement may change as well.

Key highlights include:

  • Retaliatory measures – What’s the impact?

  • Enforcement – Who’s targeting whom, and why

  • Changes in eCommerce De Minimis 

  • Cargo security programs – Reaching alignment

Suzanne_RicherSuzanne M. Richer leads the development of Amber Road's Trade Advisory Practice and is a licensed customs broker and Certified Classification Specialist™ (CCLS™). Ms. Richer has extensive experience in advising corporations on Focused Assessments, C-TPAT cargo security applications and validations, and the Importer Self-Assessment (ISA) program. 

This webinar is the second in a two-part series by Global Trade Academy that explores the implications of this influx of trade policy changes. To prepare for Thursday's webinar, watch part one of the series on demand: US Trade Policy Is Changing Rapidly - And So May Your Job!

This post was published on July 10, 2018 and updated on July 10, 2018.

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