Erfolgreicher Export von Lebensmitteln nach Japan
In dem Workshop werden folgende Themen behandelt:
- Prozess, Verfahren und Planung für den Export von Lebensmitteln, insbesondere von Fleisch und Milchprodukten, nach Japan
- Das Abkommen zwischen der Europäischen Union und Japan über eine Wirtschaftspartnerschaft (EU-Japan-EPA) - Möglichkeiten für den Nahrungsmittelsektor
Der Workshop wird in englischer Sprache abgehalten und findet über die Adobe Connect Plattform statt. Alle Teilnehmer werden den Zugangslink einige Tage vor dem Webinar erhalten.
Japan is currently the 5th most important export destination for EU agricultural products. The tariffs cuts resulting from the EPA will further boost EU-Japan trade for many agricultural and food products.
Japan has agreed to liberalise 87% of all agricultural tariff lines. These lines cover almost 90% of trade value.
The EPA furthermore recognises and protects more than 200 EU Geographical Indications on the Japanese market, including Asiago, Mozzarella di Buffalo, Vino Mobile di Montepulciano, etc.
Since the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) launched in February of last year, there has been a sharp increase of food export from the EU to Japan. Yet, many EU exporters perceive an access to Japanese market is still difficult because of culture, language and other international trade barriers. A webinar is organized to present useful and practical information for German food producers and exporters and help familiarize with Japanese food market and custom clearance process and procedures. Content of the webinar is:
- Japan’s Food Market
- Japan’s Food Market Orientation
- Japan’s Food Product Orientation
- EU Advantages on Food Supply to Japan
- Germany’s Advantages – Cases of Dairy and Pork Products
- Market Distribution and Sales – Geography and Outlets (B2B, B2C)
- Import Process and Procedures at Japan Customs
- Trade Shows and Due Diligence
- EPA market access opportunities for EU agricultural and food products exported to Japan
- Cheese and other dairy products
- Beef & pork meat
- Wines & spirits
- Processed food products
- Geographical indications
- Rules of Origin
- Sources of Information
Ms. C. Nakabayashi worked at the United Nations Agencies in the fields of industries, and agriculture, forestry & fisheries. She also worked for Japanese Government Agencies in all sectors concerned for Japan’s ODA programs. She is a licensed lecturer on management for manufacturing and service businesses. She is currently based in Brussels and teaches at European Universities.
Yvan Van Eesbeek worked for more than 25 years at the European Commission, mainly in departments dealing with international trade negotiations in the field of agriculture.
He is currently working as a freelance expert at the EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation.
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