CIT Invalidates Trump’s Section 232 Tariffs on Steel “Derivatives” Trade Update • APRIL 9, 2021 .......
Commerce this week announced a further delay in the effective date for the requirement calling for licenses to be obtained from the agency’s Aluminum Monitoring and Analysis System on certain imports of aluminum.
Find out more about the $800 million worth of tariffs the Biden administration proposes hitting imports from the United Kingdom and five other countries with that could take effect in the coming months.
Find out more about a final ruling issued by Commerce that now clearly excludes ALL cedar shakes and shingles from the duties applicable to Canadian softwood lumber.
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.