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China Food Law and Recent Institutional Reform: Impact on Global Trade and Market Access

  •   4 Jul 2018
  •    Yilia Ye
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    Background

    In March 2018, China decided to reform the structure of its State Council and ministerial level departments. CFDA, AQSIQ and SAIC (State Administration for Industry and Commerce) are amalgamated into a new department named State Administration for Market Regulation. GAC now takes charge of entry and exit inspection and quarantine, duties previously designated to AQSIQ.

    Being one of the most important developments to come out of two sessions this year, institutional reform will undoubtedly impact the food market access and global trade, especially for special food. This webinar will illustrate which have shaped and are shaping China’s food industry and offer a case study showcasing speaker’s opinion on China’s reforms. Then the speaker will interpret the recent institutional reform and possible impact on food industry.

    Content

    1. A Brief Overview of Food Regulatory Framework in China

    2. Context and Case Study

    3. Interpretation of China Institutional Reform

    4. Schedule for Administration Restructure

    5. Impact on Food Industry

    Speaker

    Mr. Paul O’Brien, Zhejiang University

    ChemLinked Chief Editor

    Paul O’Brien has an academic background in genetics, food science and clinical medicine. Working out of REACH24H’s Hangzhou headquarters, Paul has spent the last half decade analyzing and reporting on Chinese food trade policy, food legislation and regulation and market activity. He has written or contributed to over 3000 publications on Chinese regulation and market activity and is recognized as one of the foremost international experts. His strengths include contextualizing regulatory reforms in terms of effect on markets, and deconstructing the impact of legislative and administrative changes on market access requirements for international stakeholders.

    Who should attend?

    • Overseas manufacturers and exporters targeting the Chinese food market
    • Any food companies concerned with China food market access regulations at home and abroad

    Schedule (The webinar will be delivered twice to facilitate the attendance of audiences from different time zones)

     

      Time (China standard time)   

       Language   

      World clock

     Section 1 

      10:00-11:00 July 26, 2018

       English

      Melbourne: 13:00-14:00   

     Section 2  

      21:30-22:30 July 26, 2018

      Paris: 15:30-16:30

      New York: 9:30-10:30

    *ChemLinked food premium members including standard, corporate and special can freely attend this webinar as well as watch/download the webinar materials after it's concluded.

    Please click the "Register Now" button below the cover picture to choose either session that fits your time, or if you'd like to subsribe to our premium membership.

    Contact information

    If you have any questions about this webinar, please contact us at:

    EMAIL: food@chemlinked.com

    TEL: +86 571 87103822

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