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    Tuesday 1 May
    09:00 AM -
    07:00 PM

    World Trade Week NYC 2018

    New York City: New York, NY

    World Trade Week NYC is part of an annual nationwide celebration of international trade observed by business and trade-related organizations across the United States during the month of May. The mission of World Trade Week NYC is to promote the importance of international trade to the New York City metropolitan area economy. New Yorkers depend heavily on international commerce for their jobs, standard of living, and the myriad goods and services available to its diverse population.
    Tuesday 22 May
    06:30 PM -
    12:00 AM

    Discover Contemporary Lithuanian Design

    Consulate General of the Republic of Lithuania in New York: 420 Fifth Avenue, 3rd Floor, 10018 New York, New York

    On the occasion of the 2018 New York Design Show ICFF, the Consulate General of Lithuania in New York together with the Enterprise Lithuania and the Baltic American Chamber of Commerce invite you to a networking event to showcase Lithuanian companies participating in the Fair.
    Thursday 7 Jun
    02:00 PM -
    12:00 AM

    Webinar:The Future of Toys and the Industry

    Online: web based program, .

    The Toy Association will host a webinar June 7 at 2 p.m. (Eastern) to address the changes and challenges facing toy companies, including a rapidly shifting retail ecosystem, technological and cultural shifts, and an evolving toy consumer. The upcoming webinar complements new research made available to Toy Association members on the future of the toy industry.
    Wednesday 27 Jun
    11:00 AM -
    12:30 PM

    WEBINAR - Strategic Use Of APAs & Map In The New Tax World

    Online: web based program, .

    As tax policy makers and administrations around the world grapple with measures to secure their share of global profits, concerns over tax certainty, reputation and double taxation have emerged as priority issues. These concerns are not new, but have been intensifying as a result of BEPS, political attention, negative press, new transparency measures and other anti-avoidance rules being adopted globally. The OECD and tax administrations are well aware of these concerns and have developed measures that allow global businesses to proactively manage their key tax risks.