RUSSIAN FEDERATION. OPPORTUNITY AND CRITICISM FOR THE FASHION SECTOR FACING THE NEW VALUARY, TAX AND CUSTOMS RULES
Centergross Bologna and Confindustria Emilia Area Centro invite you to attend the seminar
Russian Federation. Opportunities and critical issues for the fashion industry in the face of new currency, tax and customs regulations
THURSDAY 18 OCTOBER 2018 – 10.00 AM
C / O CENTRAL CONGRESS HALL
Viale della Mercanzia, Block 5A, First Floor
40050 Funo di Argelato (BO)
The volume of trade between Italy and the Russian Federation also confirms the positive trend seen in 2017 in 2018, although the overall results are still far from those before 2014.
The growth of the ruble and the penalties applied, especially in the financial field, are influencing the growth even more markedly. The regulatory changes already long established and which are about to come into force, which concern the labeling system of the garments, the methods of incoming customs clearance and the fiscal management of sales in stores, represent a revolution in the system known to date.
Will they curb the growth of the fashion industry or can they contribute positively to the development of the sector?
The seminar aims to provide a general overview, analyzing the commercial trend and the prospects for the future, with a focus on regulatory changes, proposing possible operational solutions.
9.30 – Registration of participants
10.00 – Opening of the works, by Confindustria Emilia Area Centro
10.05 – Welcome greeting, Lucia Gazzotti, President of Centergross
10.15 – The fashion industry in Russia, current situation and prospects for the future, by Claudio Carioni, Galleria Carioni
Current primary import system in Russia
Customs news and related commercial implications
Are Italian companies ready to incorporate the new customs and tax provisions?
Approaching current and future market approaches
11.30 – The EAC system and the new arrivals, by Giorgio Barone, QSA
The Product Certification / Certification system in the Clothing segment of the Russian market and the EACU Customs Union
Products for specific sectors such as industrial or sports clothing
Considerations regarding the introduction of supply chain tracking systems (chips / barcodes)
12.15 – Questions and answers
12.30 – Conclusion of the works
Following: individual meetings between the speakers and the companies who request it.
Download the seminar program in PDF format
R.S.V.P. by Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Confindustria Emilia Area Center