2018 Annual Conference and Exposition

2018 Annual Conference and Exposition

menos de 1 minuto In Atlanta, GA, join industry professionals and partners will challenge themselves to take trade to new heights at the Annual Conference & Exposition. Attend this 4-day event and gain a lifetime of resources, relationships and regulation updates that you can enhance and build upon each year and event cycle. Leia mais

2018 Spring Seminar – NAFTZ

2018 Spring Seminar – NAFTZ

menos de 1 minuto This Sunday thru Tuesday event features speakers, panelists and specialized sessions relevant to Operator/Users, Grantees, Consultants, and those new to the industry. Topics are adjusted each year in order to address current issues and trends in the FTZ community. Sessions at the seminar include speeches, panel discussions, and thought-provoking Q&A sessions with government officials and industry experts. Leia mais  

Chinese FTZs step into a new era

Chinese FTZs step into a new era

3 minutos Following the model of the Shanghai Free Trade Zone, established in 2013, China anticipates opening seven new free trade zones (FTZs) in the coming year, with zones in Sichuan, Shaanxi, and Hubei already nearing readiness to begin operations. Whereas the Shanghai FTZ and three other current operational FTZs – Tianjin, Fujian, and Guangdong – are all built in China’s eastern, coastal industrial hubs, the new zones are largely inland, in central and western states, some of whose industrial bases are comparatively underdeveloped. Continue lendo

BRI watch: The road, the port and the corridor

BRI watch: The road, the port and the corridor

5 minutos A summit in May 2017 was an opportunity for China’s President Xi to host leaders and representatives from 109 countries, presenting his expansive vision for global trade and securing further cooperation for the $900 billion Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) mega project. The geopolitical symbolism of China announcing a major international trade and investment programme, a few months after the Trump administration had withdrawn the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership – and, not long thereafter, the Paris climate agreement – was Continue lendo