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Free Trade Areas and the Related Customs


Procedures in Malaysia

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q 10 December 2012, Penang (3412MTE) DM

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Date : 10 December 2012


Time : 9.00am 5.00pm
Venue : Traders Hotel, Penang

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(M) Sdn Bhd

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RM960
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RM1,080
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Mary Au
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012.418.2616
mau@cch.com.my
www.cch.com.my
COMMERCE CLEARING HOUSE (M) SDN BHD
Suite 9.3, 9th Floor, Menara Weld,
No. 76, Jalan Raja Chulan,
50200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Free Trade Areas and


the Related Customs
Procedures in
Malaysia

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participant is unable to attend. Full payment will be charged if cancellation is made
after 26 November 2012. This also applies to no show on the day of event. All notices of
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10 December 2012, Penang

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Free Trade Areas and the Related Customs Procedures in Malaysia


Taking full advantage of the profitable trade opportunities offered by FTAs
10 December 2012 n 9.00am 5.00pm n Traders Hotel, Penang
Malaysia has signed various Free Trade Agreements (FTA) to promote trade, investment, economic development
and enhance competitiveness of Malaysian exporters and importers. However, many Malaysian international
traders are not taking full advantage of the benefits offered by free trade. Others continually find themselves being
denied the preferential tariff treatments for which their products qualify.
Without thorough knowledge of FTAs, a company will be subject to delays, lost opportunities, and additional
expenses due to compliance issues.
CCH Executive Events presents this workshop to provide participants with a solid understanding of the principles
of the various FTAs available and the ability to establish an effective compliance programme. The workshop will
also examine the tariff and non-tariff barriers and the implementation of tariff concessions for importers and
exporters and how they can benefit in expanding their markets in the world of globalisation.

Workshop Leader
P. Nadaraja was formerly with the Royal
Malaysia Customs (1981-1997) as a Senior
Officer of Customs having served in various
units and his key areas of focus includes
customs administration, import and export
procedures, classification, valuation, licensing
and compliance matters. He has an in-depth
knowledge of various customs legislations
including Customs Act, Sales Tax Act, Service Tax
Act, Excise Act and other subsidiary legislations.
He has vast experience in Customs matters and
has been a guest lecturer at the Royal Malaysia
Customs Academy in Malacca on various
occasions to deliver lectures on various aspects
of Customs laws and procedures. In 1997 he left
the Customs Department on optional retirement
for private practice as an Advocate and Solicitor.
He has trained various companies including
statutory bodies and has advised and consulted
upon by companies on issues such as customs
and sales tax valuation, classification, service
tax matters, drawback, refunds, exemptions
and others. He was officially appointed by the
Customs Department to conduct Basic Customs
Course for forwarding agents during the year
2005 2007. He is also an Associate of the
Malaysia Institute of Chartered Secretaries and
Administrators and an Associate Member of
Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia (ACTIM) and
is currently involved in customs litigation and
rendering of consultancy services on Customs
matters.

Benefits of Attending

Analysis: The regional and bilateral FTAs signed by


Asean and Malaysia
Insights: How exporters, importers and
manufacturers can expand their share into various
markets through preferential tariff treatment and
benefits derived from it
Practical: The procedures involved in obtaining
preferential treatment
Key Issues: Understand the mechanism for
obtaining Certificate of Origin
Tips: How FTAs could assist in further development
of SME and remain competitive

Who Should Attend

Finance Managers / Executives


Accountants / Accounts Executives
Tax Managers / Executives
Trade Compliance Managers
Import / Export Managers, Supervisors and
Coordinators
International Logistics Managers, Supervisors
and Coordinators
International Planners or Purchasing Agents
Shipping / Import & Export Officers
Legal / Contract Administrators
Operations / Administrative Executives
Sales Administration / Export Sales Personnel
Auditors

Programme Outline
Objective of FTAs
Rationale Behind FTAs
Scope of FTAs
Regional and Bilateral FTAs

ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA)


ASEAN China Free Trade Area (ACFTA)
ASEAN Korea Free Trade Area (AKFTA)
Malaysia Japan Economic Partnership
Agreement (MJEPA)
Malaysia Pakistan Free Trade Agreement
(MPFTA)
Asean Australia New Zealand Free Trade
Area (AANZFTA)
Asean India Free Trade Area (AIFTA)

Benefits of FTAs

Certificates of Origin and Issuing


Authorities
AFTA Borang D
ACFTA Borang E
AKFTA Borang AK
MJEPA Borang MJEPA
MPFTA Borang MPFTA
AANZFTA Borang AANZFTA
AIFTA Borang AIFTA
Determination of Origin Criteria
Operational / Certification Procedures
for Rules of Origin
Application Procedures for Certificate
of Origin
Claim for Preferential Tariff and Related
Customs Procedures
Application of Harmonised System Coding (HS)
in FTAs

Reference Resource
Guide to Transfer Pricing - Rules, Planning and
Compliance Strategies
Key features:
Clear and practical guidance with
illustrations, charts and calculations
on transfer pricing
Challenges in the selection of transfer
pricing methods and the application
Transfer pricing documentation and
process
Transfer pricing audits process and
how to manage effectively

To purchase the resource, please email


mktg@cch.com.my