/ APACCCEEC supports young entrepreneurs with free handbooks

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The Executive Director of the Association for the Promotion of Agricultural Cooperation between China and the Central and Eastern European Countries (APACCCEEC) Vasil Gelev presented today the books published in the last months of 2019 from the “Young Entrepreneurs” series.

The Association has developed, pre-pressed and printed handbooks under the general title “Young Entrepreneurs”, which are distributed free of charge. The handbook (No.1- 40 pages) is a comprehensive guide to registering a trademark or service mark in China. All handbooks from the “Young Entrepreneurs” series are based on the research and the experience of the Association, and aim to motivate and prepare young people and students for international trade in the field of agriculture. The booklet kindly helps on how to register a trademark in China, what documents are required, how the process is going, the validity of the licenses issued by the PRC; contains detailed annexes with the addresses of the Chinese registration offices. A list of agencies providing the service in PRC has also been published in the handbook.

Handbook No.2 (120 pages) is a useful guide for the import of agricultural and other products (samples) into China. From this, young entrepreneurs will understand that in addition to processed foods from the food industry, only products for which bilateral protocols have been signed and whose procedures have been completed can be exported to China. Currently, 31 procedures have been opened to meet the requirements for import into China of Bulgarian agricultural products, of which they have been completed: maize, alfalfa, fish and fishery products, milk and dairy products, combined plant-based feed and feed additives, bleached sunflower seeds, sunflower meal and honey. The annexes of the handbook contain all the necessary documents for trade with China in one place: registration forms, invoices, acceptance protocol, regulatory lists, consignment notes, certificates, labels, etc.

Handbook No.3 (96 pages) is an e-commerce guide between China and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe explaining precisely the processes of managing cross-border e-commerce: customs clearance, taxes, data, credit rating, platforms and logistics, purchasing products from China. The ways of storing the goods are indicated. Valuable directories are the lists of authorized goods for cross-border e-commerce prepared by the Tax Office of the Ministry of Finance of the PRC.

The Association’s team, also of young professionals, focuses on training seminars and courses for young entrepreneurs, providing the necessary regulatory framework for trade with China. Exactly that – useful in substance, up-to-date and detailed is “Young Entrepreneurs”. The next books of the series will be published in 2020.

Printed handbooks from the series can be found at Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI), Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) – Stara Zagora, the Agricultural University of Plovdiv, University of National and World Economy (UNWE), the depository libraries in the country, The National Library of the Republic of Bulgaria, Sofia City Library, the Confucius Institute at University of Veliko Tarnovo, Regional Cluster North-East – Varna, and of course, at the office of the APACCCEEC on 106 Vasil Levski Blvd. in Sofia.
The Executive Director of the Association for the Promotion of Agricultural Cooperation between China and the Central and Eastern European Countries (APACCCEEC) Vasil Gelev presented today the books published in the last months of 2019 from the “Young Entrepreneurs” series.

The Association has developed, pre-pressed and printed handbooks under the general title “Young Entrepreneurs”, which are distributed free of charge. The handbook (No.1- 40 pages) is a comprehensive guide to registering a trademark or service mark in China. All handbooks from the “Young Entrepreneurs” series are based on the research and the experience of the Association, and aim to motivate and prepare young people and students for international trade in the field of agriculture. The booklet kindly helps on how to register a trademark in China, what documents are required, how the process is going, the validity of the licenses issued by the PRC; contains detailed annexes with the addresses of the Chinese registration offices. A list of agencies providing the service in PRC has also been published in the handbook.

Handbook No.2 (120 pages) is a useful guide for the import of agricultural and other products (samples) into China. From this, young entrepreneurs will understand that in addition to processed foods from the food industry, only products for which bilateral protocols have been signed and whose procedures have been completed can be exported to China. Currently, 31 procedures have been opened to meet the requirements for import into China of Bulgarian agricultural products, of which they have been completed: maize, alfalfa, fish and fishery products, milk and dairy products, combined plant-based feed and feed additives, bleached sunflower seeds, sunflower meal and honey. The annexes of the handbook contain all the necessary documents for trade with China in one place: registration forms, invoices, acceptance protocol, regulatory lists, consignment notes, certificates, labels, etc.

Handbook No.3 (96 pages) is an e-commerce guide between China and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe explaining precisely the processes of managing cross-border e-commerce: customs clearance, taxes, data, credit rating, platforms and logistics, purchasing products from China. The ways of storing the goods are indicated. Valuable directories are the lists of authorized goods for cross-border e-commerce prepared by the Tax Office of the Ministry of Finance of the PRC.

The Association’s team, also of young professionals, focuses on training seminars and courses for young entrepreneurs, providing the necessary regulatory framework for trade with China. Exactly that – useful in substance, up-to-date and detailed is “Young Entrepreneurs”. The next books of the series will be published in 2020.

Printed handbooks from the series can be found at Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI), Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) – Stara Zagora, the Agricultural University of Plovdiv, University of National and World Economy (UNWE), the depository libraries in the country, The National Library of the Republic of Bulgaria, Sofia City Library, the Confucius Institute at University of Veliko Tarnovo, Regional Cluster North-East – Varna, and of course, at the office of the APACCCEEC on 106 Vasil Levski Blvd. in Sofia.