The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) aims to eliminate nearly all tariffs between the two markets within seven years while having many other benefits for both regions. Whether you’re a European company importing from and manufacturing in Vietnam or a Vietnamese company exporting to the EU, you should be able to benefit from the new EVFTA agreement.
Vietnam is also one of the world’s fastest-growing economies and the European Unions second-largest trading partner in Southeast Asia, which makes the agreement even more important. The country could well become a model example for other Asian Countries exporting to the EU in the future.
In this hour-long webinar, an expert panel of Industry leaders will discuss these points and more as they evaluate the EVFTA as a pathway to trade success.
Wednesday, September 30th, 2020
4pm Vietnam Time
10am UK Time
Vice Chairman of the European Business Association in Vietnam
Former Head of Trade Affairs in the EU Delegation to Vietnam, Former Deputy Representative of the European Commission.
Vietnam Senior Representative of US – ASEAN Business Council
Served at the Agency for Foreign Trade in the Ministry of Industry and Trade for more than 10 years.
HQTS Global Sales Director
Set up HQTS Vietnam sales office. She guides global sales and establishes relationships within existing accounts.
Vice-Chairperson of Hong Kong Business Association, Vietnam
Introduction to the EVFTA
Opportunities for and impacts on Vietnamese and EU businesses
Rules of Origin – trade facilitation or trade barriers?
The current Vietnam supply chain at a glance
Ensuring high quality products enter EU’s market: what are the challenges?
European companies importing from and manufacturing in Vietnam and Vietnamese companies exporting to Europe; main Industries: E&E, Textile, Food, Footwear and Furniture.
To better understand the EVFTA and how tariffs will affect your business.
To ensure you understand the Rules of Origin.
To learn more about Vietnam and EU trade opportunities.
To understand and equip your business for the future and what’s ahead for EVFTA.