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What: AmCham Meeting on US Trade Enforcement
When: Friday, October 31, 2014, 3:00pm – 4:00pm
Where: Citibank Conference Room, 1st Floor – Int’l Center, 17 Ngo Quyen Street, Hanoi
US antidumping and countervailing duty investigations can be a scary process, and there is no better way to celebrate Halloween than by joining AmCham on October 31 for a discussion on US trade enforcement and compliance with Paul Piquado, the Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Enforcement & Compliance at the International Trade Administration.
Illegal trade barriers such as unfair foreign pricing or government subsidies can block or harm US industry access to foreign markets like Vietnam. The Department of Commerce and other parts of the US government work to monitor foreign country compliance with trade laws and agreements and impose trade sanctions, if necessary, when a violation is found.
The Office of Enforcement and Compliance safeguards and enhances the competitive strength of US industries against unfair trade through the antidumping law (which deals with exports to the United States priced below their price in the home market or below their cost of production) and through the countervailing duty law (which deals with exports to the United States from foreign industries that receive government subsidies).
This meeting will explain Enforcement & Compliance’s mission and will seek business views on trade and trade agreements compliance matters, and how complaints on government imposed trade barriers can help remove or reduce the challenges US companies are facing in Vietnam.
Please register your participation in this event by filling in the online registration form below or by calling AmCham at (84) 4.3934.2790.
COST: VND 200,000 (members); VND 300,000 (non-members)