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Canada Proposes to Reinstate Duty Preferences for Burma

Posted November 18, 2014

Under Economic Issues, International Trade Issues

(STR Trade Report)

The government of Canada published Nov. 8 a proposed order that would reinstate Burma’s eligibility for duty preferences under Canada’s General Preferential Tariff, which provides lower duty rates than most-favored-nation rates to goods imported from specified developing countries, and Least-Developed Country Tariff, which offers duty-free access for imports into Canada of nearly all products from LDCs. Comments on this proposal are due no later than Dec. 8. Read more here.