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ICC Netherlands

Round Table: Customs & Trade Facilitation

Join us on June 20th in The Hague for a roundtable on enhancing global trade efficiency. Gain insights from ICC experts, identify bottlenecks, and help set the agenda for international advocacy to meet the needs of Dutch businesses facing upcoming regulations like CBAM and deforestation laws.

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Round Table: Customs & Trade Facilitation
Round Table: Customs & Trade Facilitation

Time & Location

20 jun 2024, 10:00 – 12:00

ICC Netherlands, Bezuidenhoutseweg 12, 2594 AV Den Haag, Netherlands


About the event

Global value chains and international trade are vital sources of economic opportunity. However, practical obstacles to cross-border transactions can hinder these opportunities. Drawing on the expertise of customs and logistics specialists from ICC’s network worldwide, we will identify trade barriers and discuss strategies to streamline international trade processes and enhance efficiency in customs procedures.

The Global Commission on Customs and Trade Facilitation will convene in the Netherlands on the 20th of June. This is a unique opportunity to engage with global experts, share best practices, and learn from experiences around international trade.

📅 Date: 20th of June 🕒 Time: 10:00-12:00 (CET) 📍 Location: Malietoren, The Hague


10:00 - Setting the Scene Florence Binta Diao-Gueye, ICC Global Head of Customs and Trade Facilitation, will provide valuable insights into:

  • Understanding the international policy landscape and its implications for businesses
  • The regulatory maze amidst geopolitical shifts
  • Exploring the business and financial impact of upcoming discussions on customs and trade facilitations
  • The role of ICC in international negotiations: How ICC can support Dutch businesses

10:30 - Guided Conversation Identify key bottlenecks for Dutch international trade

11:30 - Conclusions and Recommendations

 Why Attend? 

  • Gain Expert Insights: Learn from global experts about the latest developments and future trends in customs and trade facilitation.
  • Network with Relevant Experts: Connect with customs and logistics specialists, policymakers, and business leaders from around the world.
  • Collaborate for Success: Engage in discussions about key areas of collaboration between public and private sectors to promote efficient, sustainable, and responsible trade practices.

Practical Information: 

As an ICC member, you are also welcome to join the ICC Global Commission meeting in the afternoon. 

This event is free of charge and open to all interested parties. To ensure a productive conversation, participation will be limited to 20 persons. After the event, attendees have the option to join a lunch with the commission members to continue discussions in a more informal setting. Please indicate if you wish to attend the lunch and notify us of any dietary requirements.

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