The Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act (Bill S-211) came into force today. Here's what you need to know.
The USTR has further extended all COVID-related exclusions in the China Section 301 Investigation through May 31, 2024, and will be accepting public comments soon. Find out all the details here.
The European Union has extended until March 31, 2025 the suspension of its rebalancing tariffs on US products in the context of the steel and aluminium dispute.
The CFIA will activate the automatic verification of Safe Food for Canadians (SFC) licences for imports of manufactured foods on February 12, 2024. Food import transactions will be automatically rejected unless a valid SFC licence is declared. Details here.
An updated CARM outreach package is now available, that communicates what to do to register on the CARM Client Portal before May 2024. Access this, along with registration for upcoming CARM webinars in 2024 here.
Will your products be affected? As of January 1, 2024, importers of various goods from China may confront the possibility of increased tariffs, contingent on the expiration of numerous Section 301 tariff exclusions scheduled for December 31. Find out all the details here.
CBSA has expanded SIMA duties to include wind towers from China and maintained duties on copper pipe fittings from Vietnam. Importers, check for potential impacts on your goods and stay informed on compliance details here.
Key takeaways are now available from the full-day stakeholder engagement session concerning new supply chain due diligence legislation that is expected to be introduced by the Canadian government in 2024. Details here.