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ICC Malaysia Seminar: Understanding Incoterms 2010
The seminar will review the key provisions in the new Incoterms®2010 and what these changes mean for importers and exporters. Participants will be guided through case studies as to how to apply the Incoterms®2010 rules.

All participants will each receive a complimentary copy of the Incoterms®2010 book.
Date : June 27, 2012
Time : 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Venue : Petaling Jaya - The Royale Bintang Damansara, 2 Jalan PJU 7/3, Mutiara Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya
Country : Malaysia
INCOTERMS – the most vital of all abbreviations in international trade written by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) – are an essential element of international transactions. Incoterms rules have been a boon to international trade in goods by simplifying and clarifying whether the buyer or seller carries the risk of loss or damage to goods, when the risk passes and who will pay for the carriage and insurance of goods as well as customs clearance.

Since the last revision in 2000, much has changed in global trade. The current revision takes into account issues such as developments in cargo security post 9/11 and the growing need to replace paper documents with electronic ones.

The seminar will review the key provisions in the new Incoterms®2010 and what these changes mean for importers and exporters. Participants will be guided through case studies as to how to apply the Incoterms®2010 rules.

All participants will each receive a complimentary copy of the Incoterms®2010 book. 

Participation is limited to 50 participants only.

For further information, please contact Ms Lily Hee/Ms Angelina Lim at Tel. No. 03-62867200 or email at: iccm@iccmalaysia.org.my.

  Registration Fee (Per Participant)
Registration Deadline: June 22, 2012
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