International Trade News Stories posted since December 12, 2015
Trade Arabia Feb 10, 2016
By Cyndee Todgham Cherniak , Canada-U.S. Blog Feb 10, 2016
By George Lauriat , American Journal of Transportation Feb 09, 2016
Consumer Health Products Canada Feb 09, 2016
Consumer Health Products Canada (CHP Canada)—the national association that represents the makers of evidence based over-the-counter medicines and natural health products—applauds the Government of Canada for signing the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement.
CBC News Feb 09, 2016
B.C. premier in Ottawa to meet Friday with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
By Allison Boulton, The Globe and Mail Feb 09, 2016
By BJ Siekierski , iPolitics Feb 09, 2016
Canadian Society of Customs Brokers Feb 09, 2016
The following is an interview with Carol West, CSCB President and IFCBA Secretary, on the evolving role of customs brokers in the trade chain, conducted by the Cross-border Research Association (CBRA) based out of Switzerland.
By John Tamny, Forbes Feb 09, 2016
By Andy Blatchford, Rebecca Howard Feb 09, 2016
Trade minister says federal government studying economic impacts
By Carolyn Dong, Matthew Davis, Peter Li and Simin YU, DLA Piper LLP Feb 02, 2016
By Willy Blackmore , TakePart Feb 02, 2016
AquaBounty’s product likely won’t be available to consumers until a federal labeling standard is established.
By Arshad Mohammed and Daniel Trotta, Reuters Feb 02, 2016
By Kimberly Davidson, Global News Feb 02, 2016
The Chronicle Herald Feb 02, 2016
Nova Scotia exports fell in 2015 but appear poised to rebound this year, driven by seafood, agri-food and recovering energy prices, according to Export Development Canada.
Feb 02, 2016
Just last month, the U.S. Mandatory Country of Origin Labeling Bill (COOL) was repealed in a budget deal.
By John Paul Tasker, CBC News Feb 02, 2016
Foreign affairs minister said sanctions will be lifted in an 'effective' fashion
By Michael Geist , The Star Feb 02, 2016
By Patti O'Malley, ABC Customs Brokers Jan 28, 2016
Business Standard Jan 26, 2016
The WTO has repeatedly found that the EU measures violate global trade rules
Sputnik Jan 26, 2016
Japan will renew oil imports from the United States after US Congress lifted a 40-year export ban last month, Japanese media reported Tuesday.
U.S. Department of Agriculture Jan 26, 2016
Effective immediately, the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Lacey Act Program (LAP) will allow all importers to submit their Lacey Act declarations through the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) Automated Commercial Environment (ACE).
By Mike Blanchfield, CTV News Jan 26, 2016
By Rod Nickel and Karl Plume, Reuters Jan 26, 2016
Sputnik Jan 26, 2016
By Richard Blackwell, The Globe and Mail Jan 26, 2016
McCarthy Tétrault LLP Jan 26, 2016
By Steven Chase, The Globe and Mail Jan 26, 2016
Feedstuffs.com Jan 26, 2016
By Gordon Hamilton , Business in Vancouver Jan 26, 2016
By Danielle Goldfarb, Canadian Business Jan 26, 2016
From free trade deals opening new doors to growing demand for high-value services, here are five trends to watch this year
By April Collier, ABC Customs Brokers Jan 21, 2016
The U.S. Department of Agriculture Jan 19, 2016
International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development Jan 19, 2016
US President Barack Obama openly called upon domestic lawmakers to ratify the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement, referring once more to the need for Washington to play a leading role in setting trade rules in Asia.
By John W. Boscariol and Robert A Glasgow, McCarthy Tétrault LLP Jan 19, 2016
By Simon Little, 680 CJOB Jan 19, 2016
By Glen McGregor, Ottawa Citizen Jan 19, 2016
The Liberal government is considering changes to Canada’s strict import rules to exempt more goods purchased online from duties and sales taxes.
By Jennifer Wells , The Star Jan 19, 2016
A lower loonie benefits exports, but the act of exporting is something that Canadian companies aren’t good at.
Maclean's Jan 19, 2016
Chrystia Freeland: ‘The negotiations are finished and for Canadians it’s important to understand that it’s a decision of yes or no’
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Jan 19, 2016
By Robert Fife, The Globe and Mail Jan 19, 2016
Canada Border Services Agency Jan 19, 2016
By Darren Turnbull, ABC Customs Brokers Jan 14, 2016
By Adriana Zamora, ABC Customs Brokers Jan 13, 2016
World Customs Organization Jan 12, 2016
By Marcy Nicholson, Reuters Jan 12, 2016
U.S. imports of gold jewelry rose to a seven-year high in October while platinum jewelry imports surged by more than 60 percent after precious metal prices fell to multiyear lows, Thomson Reuters GFMS calculations showed.
By Claudia Rach , Bloomberg Business Jan 12, 2016
Fresh Plaza Jan 12, 2016
By Rossella Brevetti, Bloomberg BNA Jan 12, 2016
Canadian Trade Commissioner Service Jan 12, 2016
By Michelle Zilio, CTVNews.ca Jan 12, 2016
By Aaron Marsh, Fleet Owner Jan 12, 2016
Read 5-point list for highway carriers on import data system
Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance Jan 12, 2016
After a careful review of the terms of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance (CAFTA) today announced its formal support of the deal and believes it is integral to the future viability of Canada's export-based agriculture and agri-food sector. CAFTA urges the Canadian government to sign the agreement and press for its quick ratification by all parties.
By Maria Mate, ABC Customs Brokers Jan 07, 2016
By Mary Clare Jalonick, The Huffington Post Jan 05, 2016
It's now harder for Americans to find out where their beef or pork was born, raised and slaughtered.
By Joseph Caron, The Globe and Mail Jan 05, 2016
Joseph Caron is a former Canadian ambassador to China and to Japan, and former high commissioner to India. He is a distinguished fellow with the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada.
By Derrick Penner, Vancouver Sun Jan 05, 2016
Climate-change policies could steer China and Japan toward use of more value-added wood products
By MM&D Online Staff, MM&D Jan 05, 2016
Here's a breakdown of these developments and why they are important
CBC News Jan 05, 2016
BSE case in February led to temporary ban on Canadian beef
By Jim Stanford, The Globe and Mail Jan 05, 2016
By Kazuhito Yamashita, VOX CEPR's Policy Portal Jan 05, 2016
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is being held up as a model for 21st century trade agreements. This column looks into its implications for Japan.
Nikkei Asian Review Jan 05, 2016
Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP Jan 05, 2016
By Mike Blanchfield and John Ward, Canadian Manufacturing Jan 05, 2016
Obama signs end to country-of-origin-labelling in latest omnibus budget
Trade & Export Finance Dec 15, 2015
By Will Waters, Lloyd's Loading List Dec 15, 2015
TIACA fears systems will not be in place in time to handle the AEO authorisations needed to allow traders to avoid new financial guarantee requirements
Portland Press Herald Dec 15, 2015
The order comes in response to complaints by two Maine paper companies about subsidies given by Nova Scotia to the province's Port Hawkesbury Paper.
The Ripon Advance Dec 15, 2015
By Alex Carrick, Daily Commercial News Dec 15, 2015
The meeting of OPEC’s top officials in Vienna early in December has made it official – the world oil market has become an unfettered free-for-all.
By Allan Dawson, Manitoba Co-operator Dec 15, 2015
Agricultural economist Colin Carter, who has studied China’s agriculture for 30 years, says there’s more going on than meets the eye
By Levon Sevunts, Radio Canada International Dec 15, 2015
By Darrel Pearson and Kristen Holman, Bennett Jones LLP Dec 15, 2015
By Dmitry Lysenko and Saul Schwartz, Financial Post Dec 15, 2015
Income and quota value guarantees are expensive and seem destined to impede
By Kevin Carmichael, Canadian Business Dec 15, 2015
Canada’s balance of trade is slowly shifting across the Pacific—but Canadian companies are struggling to make the most of it
By Laura Rance, Manitoba Co-operator Dec 15, 2015
By Philip Blenkinsop, The Globe and Mail Dec 15, 2015
By Eric Atkins, The Globe and Mail Dec 15, 2015
Get ready to pay more at the grocery checkout counter.