What are the changes that Canada has implemented to dairy TRQs under CUSMA/USMCA and why does the U.S. view them as non-complaint? Find out all the details you need to know, along with the application process and deadlines on 2022's dairy TRQs.
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.
Canada plans to formally join Mexico in calling for an arbitration panel to resolve a dispute with the United States over how to interpret rules governing the origin of vehicle parts, according a Bloomberg report last week. Find out all the details here.
The Trudeau government announced on Tuesday that it has launched a challenge under the USMCA against what it says are “unjustified” U.S. antidumping and countervailing duties on Canadian softwood lumber. Find out all the details here.
The classification ruling on electric starters for heavy trucks is in! The eligibility for preferential tariff treatment for these under USMCA will now depend on the intended end-use of the goods. Find out all the details you need to know here.
Mexican biotech approvals and Canada’s administration of dairy quotas were among the trade irritants discussed at last week’s Senate Finance Committee hearing looking at implementation and enforcement of the USMCA.
A year-long disagreement over interpretation of a key provision the USMCA's more stringent auto rules may be headed for a dispute resolution panel after talks in Washington last week between the U.S. and Mexico failed to make any progress on the issue.
A proposed amendment by CBP would expand the scope of the tariff-shift based “NAFTA Marking Rules” in 19 C.F.R. Part 102, and make them applicable to all non-preferential origin determinations for goods imported from Canada or Mexico.