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What Are Canada’s Tariff Codes (As At September 14, 2017)?

Posted in Canada's Federal Government, Canada-EU CETA, Canada-Ukraine FTA, Corporate Counsel, Cross-border trade, Customs Law, origin

Canada does not have a single customs duty or tariff rate for all imports. Over the years, Canada has entered into a number of free trade agreements.  A tariff rate code is assigned for every free trade agreement partner because tariff elimination commitments and tariff reduction schedules cause applicable tariff rates to be different from… Continue Reading

How To Start A Trade Compliance Program? Who, What, When, Where, How Questions To Ask

Posted in Aerospace & Defence, AMPs, Border Security, Canada's Federal Government, Canada-EU CETA, Canada-Ukraine FTA, Corporate Counsel, Cross-border trade, Currency Reporting, Customs Law, Export Controls & Economic Sanctions, Exports, FCPA/Anti-Corruption, Government Procurement, NAFTA Renegotiations, Proceeds of Crime/Money Laundering

The trade landscape is changing for many Canadian companies. Canada is involved in the renegotiation of NAFTA.  The Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement comes into effect on August 1, 2017.  The Canada-EU CETA enters into provisional effect on September 21, 2017.  The Government of Canada is updating export controls and economic sanctions laws and Global Affairs… Continue Reading

What Are Canada’s Tariff Codes (As At July 14, 2017)?

Posted in AMPs, Canada-EU CETA, Canada-Ukraine FTA, Customs Law, valuation

Canada does not have a single customs duty or tariff rate for all imports. Over the years, Canada has entered into a number of free trade agreements.  A tariff rate code is assigned for every free trade agreement partner because tariff elimination commitments and tariff reduction schedules cause applicable tariff rates to be different from… Continue Reading

The July 12, 2017 Canada Gazette Contains Regulations Needed For Canada-Ukraine FTA and Canadian FTA Implementation

Posted in Canada's Federal Government, Canada-EU CETA, Canada-Ukraine FTA, Cross-border trade, Customs Law, Government Procurement, origin, Trade Agreeements

The July 12, 2017 issue of the Canada Gazette, Part II, is full of important trade-related regulations and orders.  In Canada, regulatory rules are published in the Canada Gazette.  Regulations are prepared by government departments and promulgated by the Governor in Council (Cabinet).  Regulations do not need to be voted on by the House of… Continue Reading

Seth Godin’s “On Pie” Applies To Market Access And The World Pie

Posted in Agriculture, Antidumping, Buy America, Canada's Federal Government, Canada-China FTA, Canada-EU CETA, Canada-Ukraine FTA, Cross-border deals, Cross-border trade, Exports, Imports Restrictions, NAFTA Renegotiations, Personal Comments, Politics, Softwood Lumber, Trade Agreeements, Trade Remedies, U.S. Federal Government, World Trade Organization

On April 6, 2017, Seth Godin posted “On Pie” on his blog.  I have thought about what Seth Godin wrote in “On Pie” many times when Canada, US or Canada-US trade issues arise, such as the Softwood Lumber AD/CVD Dispute, the 232 Steel Case, the 232 Aluminum Case, the Canadian FISC AD/CVD Case, NAFTA renegotiation, etc…. Continue Reading

Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement Implementation Date Is August 1, 2017

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Canada has sent a diplomatic note to the Government of Ukraine (the Ukrainian Embassy in Canada) stating that the implementation date for the Canada-Ukraine FTA is August 1, 2017.  The Canada-Ukraine FTA was singed in Kyiv on July 11, 2016. On March 14, 2017, the Ukrainian Parliament voted to ratify the Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement. Ukraine… Continue Reading

Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act Receives Royal Assent

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On June 1, 2017, the Canada- Ukraine Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act (Bill C-31) received Royal Asset in Canada’s Hose of Commons.  On May 18, 2017, Bill C-31 passed third reading in Canada’s Senate.  On February 14, 2017, Bill C-31 passed third reading in Canada’s House of Commons.  The remaining step is ratification by Canada… Continue Reading

Ukraine Has Ratified The Canada-Ukraine FTA, Canada’s Turn Is Next

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On March 14, 2017, the Ukrainian Parliament voted to ratify the Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement. Ukraine is ready to ratify the Canada-Ukraine FTA. On March 7, 2017, BillC-31 “An Act to implement the Free Trade Agreement between Canada and Ukraine“ passed second reading in Canada’s Senate.  Bill C-31 is now being reviewed by the Senate… Continue Reading

Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act Passes Second Reading In Canada’s Senate

Posted in Canada's Federal Government, Canada-Ukraine FTA, Cross-border trade, Customs Law

On March 7, 2017, BillC-31 “An Act to implement the Free Trade Agreement between Canada and Ukraine“ passed second reading in Canada’s Senate.  Bill C-31 is now being reviewed by the Senate of Canada Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade.  After the Report is prepared by the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and… Continue Reading

Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement To Be Discussed By Standing Committee on International Trade

Posted in Canada-Ukraine FTA, Trade Agreeements

On January 31, 2017, Bill C-31 “An Act to implement the Free Trade Agreement between Canada and Ukraine” will be discussed by the Standing Committee on International Trade.  Bill C-31 was introduced in the House of Commons on November 3, 2016 and received First Reading.  On December 13, 2016, Bill C-31 received Second Reading and was… Continue Reading