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This webinar will focus on bringing participants up-to-date on the current status of the Administration's goals for modifying/updating our trade agreements and understandings. It will also seek to help companies maximize their potential to take advantage of these initiatives. Lastly, we will predict the impact that EU REACH will have on our industry as the final deadline for filing approaches on May 31, 2018.

 

Learning Objective:


Update on current topics impacting international trade including but not limited to:

  • NAFTA Reform
  • EU REACh
  • U.S. engagement with the TransPacific Partnership Countries (TPP) and the TransAtlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP – Free Trade Agreement between the USA and the EU) Prospects for a Border Tax
  • Additional timely trade topics.

  

EXPERT PRESENTER:

 

Jim DeLisi, Chief, Fanwood Chemical, Inc.

V.M. (Jim) DeLisi has been part of Fanwood Chemical, Inc. (FCI) since joining his father, Vince DeLisi, in the business on September 1, 1976. Jim has experience in the marketing of Organic Chemicals and Services in NAFTA, South America and Europe. Jim is also a founding equity partner in REAChChemAdvice GmbH (RCA), and serves as Regional Head of RCA's North American operations. RCA represents many firms as their "Only Representative". RCA is now part of Chemservices GmbH. Fanwood Chemical also has a great deal of expertise in the monitoring of imports and exports. Jim remains very active in several associations. He is the Chairman of the Industry Trade Advisory Committee for Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Health/Science Products and Services (ITAC 3). This committee reports to the Secretary of Commerce and the United States Trade Representative on international trade policy. A longtime member of SOCMA (Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates), Jim also serves as Chairman of SOCMA's International Affairs Committee. Jim holds a BA in Business from Rutgers College and a PCMBA (Pharmaceutical/Chemical MBA) from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Married, with two grown daughters and 6 grandchildren, Jim resides in Scotch Plains, NJ.

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