Centre for Asia Pacific Trade Compliance and Information Security (亚太贸易合规与安全中心)
CAPTCIS is established in August 2014 with the aim to enhance Trade Compliance within region. CAPTCIS provides support and reinforces the need to have secure and trusted trading conditions for all legitimate trades through working with the relevant authorities and the industries.
CAPTCIS, as a non government organization, strives to reach out to both large and small corporations, and aims to increase awareness on Export Controls, Free Trade Agreement and Customs Compliance issue. With the knowhow and awareness, CAPTCIS hopes to support corporations and their Trade Compliance Professionals in providing value to their supply chain.

Latest News

Malaysia-Turkey Free Trade Agreement (MTFTA)

1 August 2015- The Malaysia-Turkey Free Trade Agreement (MTFTA) will come into effect on 1 August 2015.

India: GST legislation to pass soon

6 Aug 2015- GST will pass soon; other infrastructure and manufacturing bolstering reforms will take longer

Company director fined $434,000 by Singapore Customs

10 Jul 2015- A company director was fined for submitting false statements and declarations for back-to-back certificates of origin, and import and export permits.

Singapore firm goes on trial over arms shipment to North Korea

3 Aug 2015- The trial of a Singapore-registered shipping company implicated in a shipment of arms bound for North Korea began on Monday (Aug 3) in the State Courts.