Argentina’s Evolving Trade Environment
Webinar: 1 CES Credit
Argentina has made significant changes in recent years to revitalize trade and rejoin the global economy. It is implementing a faster and more efficient import monitoring system (SIMI) to facilitate cross-border commerce while managing risk, and it is continuing to update its foreign trade regulations. This webinar will review Argentina’s current rules and regulations affecting imports and exports and how recent reforms could affect the way businesses operate.
- establishing an office in Argentina
- relevant government agencies
- who can import and export
- import and export processes and operations
- SIMI and DJAI: differences and similarities
- special trade programs and duty waivers
Leandro Gonzalez is Managing Director of Sandler & Travis Trade Advisory Services’ Argentina practice, resident in Buenos Aires, where he provides leadership for the ongoing operations of STTAS’ managed services and brokerage and consultative services in Argentina. Mr. Gonzalez has hands-on experience in the development, implementation, and management of efficient and compliant customs and logistics processes in Argentina, Venezuela, Brazil, and Angola. His responsibilities have included work in import/export operations, tariff classification, customs valuation, warehousing, and Six Sigma implementation.