Since 2014, China has implemented regulatory changes that have significantly impacted both supply chain and trade compliance operations before, during, and after clearance for businesses.
However, those changes are pale in comparison to the rapid changes we have seen so far in 2018, especially with less than one month of lead time, from publication to implementation by government agencies.
In the first 8 months of 2018, China has merged CIQ into Customs, made drastic Customs declaration changes, implemented Single Window filing, changed AEO certification requirements, enhanced nationwide clearance program, and intensified post-clearance audit.
Join Amber Road for our upcoming webinar to learn about the China trade management impact, sharing best practices to managed these changes.
Presenters include Kae-por Chang, Managing Director, Amber Road China