INTERNATIONAL TRADE - Italian Parliament, Roma: "AEREC Academy Day - International Trade towards countries with embargoes or restrictions. Dual-Use & Export Compliance".

AEREC, Roma, Camera dei Deputati, Sala dei Gruppi Parlamentari, 23.06.2017


On June 23, 2017, at 14:00 hrs, at the Conference Room of the Chamber of Deputies - Hall of the Parliamentary Groups, Rome, Via di Campo Marzio No. 78, during the Academy Day Conference organized by AEREC - European Academy for The Economic and Cultural Relations, will be attended by Attorney Salvatore Frattallone LL.M., concerning the matter of International Business Law, of which he is a specialist and so named:

♦ "International Trade towards Embassy or Restricted Countries - Dual-Use & Export Compliance".

The Rapporteur is Academician AEREC and is the President of the 'Lagunare' District which operates in the provinces of Venice, Padua and Rovigo to promote the internationalization business for Northeast businesses.

The experience and knowledge gained in Rome at La Sapienza - the Master of International Business Law, where he obtained the Master Cum Laude degree in the Academic Year 2014/2015 - and then in Turin - at the EIFEC-Brussels Course of 2016 / 2017 on Exports Control, carried out in collaboration with the Politecnico di Torino - conferred on the Salvatore Frattallone Attorney, penal and cassationist, that profile of excellence as a consultant for companies in this delicate matter, still unknown to most. Attending an expert gives the company a competitive value, which becomes an indispensable competitive factor.

Investing overseas is always a tempting alternative for companies that want to explore new markets and get to know and appreciate, especially if the products and services they are distinguished are 'made in Italy'. But one thing is to export and market. More is to do so by respecting the customs, administrative and penal rules that govern foreign trade.

Export Control Control has become indispensable at European level and is thought to be the influence of the US business policies and their global security systems.

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