As tariffs, quotas and other traditional barriers to trade gradually decline with the growth in free trade agreements, the focus on entering the Asia Pacific market has increased significantly. However, the regulatory regimes in many Asia Pacific jurisdictions are complex and sometimes unpredictable. This in itself creates a barrier to trade.
This searchable and comparative microsite summarizes food law regulations in 11 jurisdictions across Asia Pacific. Topics covered:
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Baker McKenzie has over 30 years' experience in delivering innovative advice and solutions to food industry businesses across the Asia Pacific.
The depth of our legal knowledge and experience in Asia Pacific is unrivalled — lawyers in our 17 offices across Asia are locally qualified and experienced in advising on regulatory and operational issues for multi-national food businesses that want to trade in their market. They have clients and experience with a wide variety of foods and beverages as well as in food services.
Our team has a detailed understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing food companies in these jurisdictions and provide results for leading food brands on:
With our global and local network of food law professionals, in-depth sector expertise and cross-functional teams, our team is uniquely positioned to provide efficient and practical results for food businesses looking to exploit the growing Asian food market.
This team regularly works together on clients and issues to provide a seamless service crafted to meet the particular requirements of each client. We have worked together to develop this online resource and share an interest in this emerging area of law and regulation. We will be actively involved in all relevant law reform initiatives impacting the food industry in the region and in keeping this resource up to date.