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Which Way Is Up?

Posted in Aerospace & Defence, Agriculture, Antidumping, Border Security, Corporate Counsel, Cross-border deals, Cross-border trade, Customs Law, Imports Restrictions, Legal Developments, NAFTA, Trade Agreeements, Trade Remedies, World Trade Organization

This client alert was originally published on May 30, 2018, and now there is an update. Today, May 31st, President Trump announced a resolution with Argentina, Brazil and Australia regarding the 232 tariffs on steel (25%) and/or aluminum (10%), but as there is no similar agreement with Canada, Mexico or the EU, the tariffs on… Continue Reading

Canada Requires a “Through Bill of Lading” to Claim GPT Tariff Treatment

Posted in Customs Law, GPT, Legal Developments, Uncategorized

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the “Tribunal”) recently held in ContainerWest Manufacturing Ltd v. President of the Canada Border Services Agency, AP-2014-025 (July 27, 2015) that “a through bill of lading is required for entitlement to the GPT.”  This decision may surprise many importers, customs lawyers and customs brokers. GPT means General Preferential Tariff.  Often… Continue Reading