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Canada and Mexico also lift surtaxes imposed on U.S. products.
The surtax on Chinese goods under the third list of Section 301 increased from 10% to 25%.
Beware of pests that may be present in wood products!
The European Commission follows suit by issuing a list of U.S. products susceptible to surtaxes.
No ratification without lifting tariffs on steel and aluminum.
What types of products should be marked?
Both countries are in the process of negotiations.
An event focused on international trade.
Canada has ratified the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)
Entry into force of the PTPGP as of December 30, 2018.
A 25% surcharge is applied to certain steel products to assist Canadian steel manufacturers and to stop dumping.
NAFTA becomes the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
Renegotiations started a year ago.
The Government of Canada is outlining a framework and process for how it will consider remission requests for the surcharges on products that came into force on July 1, 2018.
Customs compliance begins within your company’s four walls.
The final list of affected products is now released!
Uncertainty among Quebec importers and exporters.
The classification of your products can be decisive.
Surtaxes of 25% on Canadian steel imports and 10% on Canadian aluminum imports will be applied as of June 1, 2018.
Products such as maple syrup or roasted coffee are covered.
US President Donald Trump calls for investigation into whether new taxes can be applied for national security reasons.
Canada wishes to align its marking rules with those of the United States.
“Women in Aerospace” invites Steve Langlois as guest speaker.
Repairing goods in Canada for return to the United States: How to avoid unnecessary duties and taxes at customs?
Some tips to facilitate merchandise transactions between Canada and the United States.
Interview with Steve Langlois, founding president at W2C.
The United States announced its intention to impose additional customs duties of 25% on several Chinese products
Trade dispute between China and the United-States
W2C has prepared this small article to guide you through the procedure.
In this article, W2C shows you the risks of carrying out an international transaction without sufficient information and preparation.
In this article, we will present an overview of the demands raised by each of the three NAFTA members.
The appointment of Steve Langlois as a teacher at Collège Lionel-Groulx.
How do I maintain compliance with Health Canada's regulations when importing pharmaceutical products?
What value should you assign to export samples ?
What information is required on commercial invoice to avoid custom delays?
Want to find out more about your customs declarations? We offer customized training seminars to meet all your needs.
Customs training can be very helpful for companies. Find out here why!
Fall is here and hunting season is about to begin. Before you plan your next trip, however, there are a few things to keep in mind.
Which value should we declare in the customs declaration?
“One, if by land, and two, if by sea”: The import and export of pleasure boats across the Canada-US border
Everything about the import and export of pleasure boats across the Canada-US border.
Everything about exporting cars from Canada to the US.
What you need to know before importing car parts.
Some important points to remember when ordering or receiving gifts from outside of Canada.
What you need to know before bringing your pet into Canada.
Importing goods into Canada even temporarily? Why you still might have to pay customs duty and taxes
Find out about any applicable relief from duties and taxes on goods imported temporarily into Canada.
Importers and exporters can't afford to ignore customs compliance. Find out why in this article.
Before you export anything, always check with your Customs Broker to help you navigate through NAFTA regulations.
Be sure to comply with Canadian import regulations when returning exported goods back to Canada.
Upcoming changes to Canada’s GPT and its effects on Canadian businesses and consumers.