China Customs Update and Supply Chain Management in 2021 (Chinese)
The US-China Business Council is pleased to invite you to a an in-person, Chinese-language event with esteemed accounting organization EY. Bryan Tang and Lynette Dong, Partners in EY’s Indirect Tax services, will deliver a briefing and Q&A covering recent changes to policy and operations of China Customs, and provide their thoughts on how companies should think about supply chain restructuring in an increasingly fraught and uncertain global trade environment. Topics will include, among others:
- Regional differences & benefits/ consequences of utilizing alternate ports.
- Retaliatory tariff exemptions & HTS code reclassification.
- New policy updates & enforcement trends.
Ms. Dong and Mr. Tang will share case studies to illustrate best practices for each of these fields in what is sure to be an in-depth and highly relevant discussion.
Ms. Dong is a partner of EY’s Indirect Tax Practice based in Shanghai. Prior to joining EY, she worked as a Customs officer responsible for customs investigations and smuggling prevention in Huangpu for many years. She is well-versed in many elements of China Customs and has many years of practical experience in handling customs issues in China. Since joining EY, Ms. Dong has focused on areas such as customs valuation, tariff classification, processing trade compliance, anti-smuggling audits, and risk assessment. She helps companies identify potential opportunities to save costs, effectively manage risk, and amicably resolve customs disputes.
Mr. Tang is a partner of EY’s Indirect Tax Practice based in Shanghai. Prior to joining EY, he has worked as an international trade practitioner for several major state-owned enterprises for nearly to 10 years. He has extensive experiences in dealing with PRC customs and other regulatory authorities from multiple projects during this time. Since joining EY in 2002, Mr. Tang has been involved in numerous customs projects for multinational clients in China, advising clients on their customs compliance risks and providing strategic and practical recommendations in managing customs disputes and potential resulting financial exposure. His primary areas of focus include advising clients on various duty-efficient operational structures to streamline supply chain processes, and helping clients optimize their customs, procurement, and logistical functions to improve overall logistics performance.
This event is for US-China Business Council and invited guests only and will be off-the-record. Registration is required. The deadline to register is June 1 at 12:00PM China Standard Time.