International Trade News Stories posted since March 02, 2016
By Connie Spolar, Apr 28, 2016
By Cyndee Todgham Cherniak, Department of Finance Apr 26, 2016
Government Security News Apr 26, 2016
By Yohai Baisburd, Christopher W. Myers, Seth Harris and Luke Tillman, Mondaq Apr 26, 2016
By Barrie McKenna, The Globe and Mail Apr 26, 2016
Canada is facing the threat of another major trade showdown with the United States – this time, over aluminum.
By Victoria Guida, Politico Apr 26, 2016
Arent Fox LLP Apr 26, 2016
By Jen Skerritt , Bloomberg Apr 26, 2016
By Nathan Vanderklippe and Robert Fife, The Globe and Mail Apr 26, 2016
By Bennett Jones LLP, Mondaq Apr 26, 2016
ABC Customs Brokers Apr 21, 2016
Fresh Fruit Portal Apr 19, 2016
The U.S. authorities' proposal to allow European apple and pear imports under a systems approach has been reopened for comments, giving stakeholders more time to present their views on the issue.
By Mark B. Solomon, DC Velocity Apr 19, 2016
Brokers oppose the language, but say they are prepared to play the cards they've been dealt.
By Toby Gooley, DC Velocity Apr 19, 2016
Kerlikowske says improved technology, impact of the Customs Authorization Act, and cooperation with international traders are improving trade facilitation.
Exchange Magazine Apr 19, 2016
The FTZ Point will promote Niagara as a hub for international trade and will attract foreign and domestic investment.
By Jim Bronskill, CTV News Apr 19, 2016
MM&D Apr 19, 2016
Port authority makes change to provide clarity
Canadian Food Inspection Agency Apr 18, 2016
By Jim Tankersley, The Washington Post Apr 12, 2016
Expanded trade with China over the past 15 years has cost the United States at least 2 million jobs.
By Alex Binkley, Manitoba Cooperator Apr 12, 2016
U.S. processors are becoming adept at creating products that circumvent importation restrictions, critics say
MM&D Apr 12, 2016
Anticipated US federal under-investment in port-related infrastructure could dampen job and economic prospects
By Michael Schuman, New York Times Apr 12, 2016
By Coral Beach , Food Safety News Apr 12, 2016
When combined, fruits and vegetables were the foods most frequently subject to import refusals by the FDA from 2005 to 2013, followed by fishery products/seafood and the spices/flavorings/salts category.
By Kimberly Davidson, Global News Apr 12, 2016
By Chuck Chiang, Vancouver Sun Apr 12, 2016
Canada may have begun negotiations for a free-trade agreement with China, according to conflicting statements from Ottawa officials.
By Dawn Jetten, Greg Kanargelidis, Roy Millen and Vladimir Shatiryan , Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP Apr 12, 2016
By Manitoba Cooperator, Alex Binkley Apr 12, 2016
Mandate letters for ministers stress food safety, making move no surprise, say industry insiders
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP Apr 12, 2016
ABC Customs Brokers Apr 07, 2016
By Frederick W. Smith, The Wall Street Journal Apr 05, 2016
By Frank Esposito , Plastic News Apr 05, 2016
CBC News Apr 05, 2016
Awaiting review of NAFTA rules, Canada is paying duties on almost $1B of supercalendered paper
By Michael White, Global Trade Magazine Apr 05, 2016
Organize U.S. Agriculture Coalition for Cuba to Advance Trade Relations
USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Apr 05, 2016
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report Apr 05, 2016
By Erica E. Phillips, The Wall Street Journal Apr 05, 2016
System supposed to automate the filing of customs forms
By Alex Binkley , Manitoba Cooperator Apr 05, 2016
By Neil Billinger, Saskatoon Homepage Apr 05, 2016
By Everett Rosenfeld , CNBC Apr 05, 2016
By Vassy Kapelos, Global News Apr 05, 2016
By Dan Hohnstein and Greg Tereposky, The Lawyers Weekly Apr 05, 2016
There is risk and reward in Canada’s new and unprecedented free trade regime
By Stephen Gordon, National Post Apr 05, 2016
Canadian Food Inspection Agency Apr 05, 2016
Update regarding the phased implementation of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s directive D-13-03 Phytosanitary import requirements to prevent the in troduction of Lobesia botrana, the European grapevine moth
Canadian Society of Customs Brokers Mar 29, 2016
International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development Mar 29, 2016
By Ben Ames, DC Velocity Mar 29, 2016
Starship Technologies now testing 40-pound vehicles in London.
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report Mar 29, 2016
Mar 29, 2016
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report Mar 29, 2016
By Kelsey Johnson, iPolitics Mar 29, 2016
Business Council of Canada Mar 29, 2016
Industry Week Mar 29, 2016
By Steve Toloken, Plastic News Mar 29, 2016
By Cyndee Todgham Cherniak, LexSage Mar 29, 2016
MM&D Mar 29, 2016
Imported shipments will continue to be treated in the same way as goods sold in Canada.
By Breanna Leininger, Mar 24, 2016
Canadian Food Inspection Agency Mar 24, 2016
DC Velocity Mar 22, 2016
Treaty's intent could be met if shippers verify weight of cargo and carriers verify weight of box, groups say.
By Carolyn Ray, CBC News Mar 22, 2016
Import ban could be a 'very serious matter' for Canadian lobster industry, says group
Material Handling & Logistics Mar 22, 2016
Health Canada Mar 22, 2016
By George S. Takach , Lexpert Magazine Mar 22, 2016
For Canada, where global trade makes up nearly a third of GDP, ratifying the TPP is no trivial matter
By Paul Harris, Glacier FarmMedia Mar 22, 2016
The United States Department of Agriculture Mar 22, 2016
By Gloria Terhaar, ABC Customs Brokers Mar 17, 2016
By Will Waters, Lloyd's Loading List Mar 15, 2016
By Douglas J. Heffner and Richard P. Ferrin , The National Law Review Mar 15, 2016
By Tom Miles and David Lawder, Reuters Mar 15, 2016
The Western Producer Mar 15, 2016
Peru has agreed to lift its remaining safety barriers to U.S. beef exports, further opening one of the fastest -markets in Latin America to U.S. ranchers, Obama administration officials said on Monday.
By Chuck Chiang, Vancouver Sun Mar 15, 2016
By Peter G Hall, Export Development Canada Mar 15, 2016
Commentary by Peter G Hall, EDC Vice-President and Chief Economist
By Frédéric Simon, EurActiv Mar 15, 2016
Paris would like to “copy-paste” key passages from the EU-Canada free trade agreement, concluded last week, particularly those relating to the arbitration court that is such a controversial issue in Europe. EurActiv France reports.
By John Manley , The Hill Times Mar 15, 2016
By John Paul Tasker, CBC News Mar 15, 2016
By Aaron Wherry, CBC News Mar 15, 2016
A dozen diplomatic developments from the prime minister's day at the White House
The World Customs Organization Mar 08, 2016
The Western Producer Mar 08, 2016
The Chronicle Herald Mar 08, 2016
BBC Mar 08, 2016
Chinese exports have seen their sharpest drop in almost seven years, adding to concerns over the health of the world's second largest economy.
By Aditya Kondalamahanty, International Business Times Mar 08, 2016
U.S. Department of Agriculture Mar 08, 2016
Natural Resources Canada Mar 08, 2016
By Gordon Isfeld, Financial Post Mar 08, 2016
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report Mar 08, 2016
By Thomas Walkom, The Star Mar 08, 2016
The changes may not satisfy critics of the Canada-European Union deal. But the revised pact is better.
By Jennifer Wells, The Star Mar 08, 2016
China surpassed Canada as the largest U.S. trading partner last year. Mexico may soon bump us to third.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency Mar 08, 2016
Single directive for all phytosanitary import requirements for fresh and dried branches, roots, cones, etc.
Pacific Customs Brokers Mar 08, 2016
By Cherie Storms, ABC Customs Brokers Mar 03, 2016
With the relative ease in enjoying the benefits of NAFTA, you can also take advantage of free trade on importations from other participating countries.