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Canada Announced New Marking Rules for Steel and Aluminum

Posted in Antidumping, Border Security, Canada's Federal Government, Customs Law, origin, Trade Remedies, U.S. Federal Government

On May 30, 2018, Canada’s Minister of Finance announced new marking rules for steel and aluminum products.  In a News Release entitled “Canada Bolsters Prevention of Transshipment and Diversion of Steel and Aluminum Products Through Country of Origin Marking Regime“, the Department of Finance announced that Canada was aligning its marking rules with the United… Continue Reading

The Trade Remedies Chapter of TPP Will Bring Opportunities for Trade Lawyers

Posted in Agriculture, Antidumping, Cross-border trade, Legal Developments, Trade Remedies

Trade lawyers may have new tools in their tool belt as a result of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP). So often when one reads about a free trade agreement, a Chapter will jump out as interesting.  Canada has not included a Chapter on trade remedies since NAFTA and the Canada-Chile free trade agreement.  As a… Continue Reading