Non-originating apparel and textiles can be exported from Canada to the U.S. duty-free if they meet Tariff Preference Levels. Read on to learn more.
Apparel and textiles importer/exporter, manufacturer? The new Rule of Origin changes on sewing thread requirements for apparel goods is designed to encourage the use of North American sewing thread, narrow elastics and pocketing fabric. Find out all the details on these changes, and applications for import permits and export certificates.
What is Canada's reaction to the loss, the details of the ruling, and the next steps in the process to dispute under USMCA? Find out all the details here.
De minimis thresholds with respect to customs duty and taxes for courier imports have changed under CUSMA. Read on to find out everything you need to know on how these new de minimis thresholds can impact your business.
If you're importing goods to Canada or the USA, a Certificate of Origin (CO) is one of the documents you will need to provide. This document assists Customs in the assessment of the Rules of Origin and verification of the duties and taxes required on your imported goods. Here's everything you need to know about this documentation requirement for Customs.
Trade ministers from the three countries gathered in Washington, D.C. this week to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement’s coming into effect and to discuss its “achievements, challenges, and potential.”
With the coming into force of a new provision in the USMCA, effective July 1, the sewing thread used in apparel must be made within the USMCA region for the goods to be considered originating. Find out more about how such goods containing non-originating materials may still be eligible for duty-free treatment.