Watch the replay: Food Legislation & Import Policies in Vietnam & Thailand - August 2020

| Webinars | Food & Beverage
Posted By: Trace One

watch the replay recording of china webinar-1Join Trace One's experts during a live presentation on the food legislation and import policies in ASEAN region.

Why should you join?

The emerging markets of the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) region is traditional engine of economic growth. ASEAN is representing the world’s third-largest market after China and India and the world's third-largest labour force with 630 million people (or nine percent of the World's population). Half of its population is under 30 years old.
The trading bloc has strong trade and investment relationships with the U.S. (collectively the United States’ fourth-largest trading partner) and Europe.

The bloc has a combined GBP of $2.9 trillion. Vietnam signed a free trade deal with the European Union in June in a deal which the Vietnamese Ministry of Planning and Investment projects will see EU export rise 42.7% by 2025 compared to
a no-deal scenario.

We have chosen to feature Vietnam and Thailand as two ASEAN countries to provide a strong understanding of regulatory systems in south-east Asian countries with our knowledge and experience in food regulations and market entry.

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Topics to be discussed:

An overview of food authorities & responsibilities in Vietnam and Thailand:
  • An overview of food authorities & responsibilities in Vietnam and Thailand
  • Food regulation framework
  • Vertical, horizontal food standards
  • Procedures of food product Importation
  • Case study: rejections by Customs Clearance in Thailand

The webinar will be presented by Trace One’s experienced team of local food regulatory professionals to ensure accuracy and timeliness. Attendees will be welcome to ask questions at the end of the presentation in a lively Q&A session.

Tue, August 25th, 2020 at 5 PM (GMT +8)
45 minutes including the Q&A session

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