Did you know there is a loophole that currently enables some non-resident importers (NRIs) to value their goods at a lower price than most Canadian/domestic importers? The government and CBSA are gearing up to mitigate this with new measures and CBSA is currently seeking public input regarding these measures announced in Budget 2021. Find out all the details here.
Find out more about measures proposed in Budget 2021 that could have significant potential impacts on Canadian and non-resident businesses engaged in international trade.
Find out more about the various financing opportunities and other services offered to Business Women in International Trade through the federal government and other organizations.
The CFIA has advised that as of March 15, food import transactions will automatically be rejected for various commodities absent a valid Safe Food for Canadians licence.
Join us online March 17, 2021 at 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM CST, to hear from the leaders responsible for the architecture of CARM. We will dissect the registration and delegation process, program timelines and the benefits of CARM during this importer centric session.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has announced that starting March 15, transactions covering a wide range of commodities will be rejected unless the registration number of a valid Safe Food for Canadians license is entered on the customs import declaration.
With the notification to Congress, the U.S. became the third country to have completed its domestic legislative procedures needed to implement the deal, the final step necessary for the USMCA to take effect this summer. However, some are doubtful the three countries can achieve a comprehensive implementation in such a short time.