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June 09, 2006 

US-ASEAN Business Council Holds Annual Meetings with ASEAN Customs Officials

The US-ASEAN Business Council held its annual consultation with the ASEAN Customs Directors-General today in Siam Reap, Cambodia to discuss customs issues impacting U.S. companies in the region. Members of the US-ASEAN Businss Council made a series of presentations at the session covering issues related to Supply Chain Security, Advance Rulings on Classification, Trade Facilitation and other customs-related issues. The delegation included representatives from General Motors, IBM, Microsoft, Motorola, PricewaterhouseCoopers and UPS.

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