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This is the third round of audit targeting for apparel and the second round of audit targeting for footwear.
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We cannot cover all Canadian laws in this article.
LexSage
On June 7, 2019, Canada's Federal Court of Appeal confirmed in Chen v. Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, 2019 FCA 170, that the CBSA cannot seize goods that were imported more than 6 years ago ...
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The Canada Border Services Agency ("CBSA") conducts verifications (also known as audits) to verify that an importer of goods has complied with Canadian customs and import laws.
LexSage
The Canada Border Services Agency ("CBSA") has the power to issue fines of up to $CDN 1,300 if you fail to report meat in your luggage. The CBSA has the authority to examine goods in the possession
LexSage
There are serious ramifications for not making sure that what you are importing is legal to import.
LexSage
All governments, including the Government of Canada, are considering how to make trade remedies laws a more effective tool for protecting domestic manufacturers.
LexSage
It has been an unusually busy year in Canada for export controls and economic sanctions developments.
LexSage
On July 23, 3019, the Parliament of France approved the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (the "Canada-EU CETA").
LexSage
In June 2018, Canada implemented a company-specific anti-dumping normal value review process.
LexSage
On July 19, 2019, Finance Canada announced public consultations regarding proposed changes to the Special Import Measures Regulations (aka Canada's antidumping regulations) and issued a backgrounder.
LexSage
Canadian exporters will not longer be permitted to file Form B13A to report exports of goods.
LexSage
The above questions provide an overview of some of the general requirements of the new autos rules of origin.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Canada imposed economic sanctions against nine Nicaraguan government officials on June 20, 2019 as a result of ongoing human rights violations by Nicaragua's government.
LexSage
It is time to reconsider whether there is a more inclusive way to allocate and administer Canada's supply management regime.
LexSage
This particular case was decided the way it was because Mr. Sharanek did not do enough.
LexSage
What is contained in the appeal is very important.
Dentons
In coordination with the United States and the United Nations, and in light of recent developments in Nicaragua, Venezuela, Yemen and Ukraine, Canada recently amended its sanctions related to these countries.
LexSage
On June 21, 2019, the Special Economic Measures (Nicaragua) Regulations were published in the Canada Gazette.
McMillan LLP
On June 21, 2019, Global Affairs Canada ("GAC") imposed targeted sanctions against nine Nicaraguan senior public officials in response to the Government
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All governments, including the Government of Canada, are considering how to make trade remedies laws a more effective tool for protecting domestic manufacturers.
LexSage
On June 7, 2019, Canada's Federal Court of Appeal confirmed in Chen v. Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, 2019 FCA 170, that the CBSA cannot seize goods that were imported more than 6 years ago ...
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Canada may be the next jurisdiction to regulate modern slavery in global supply chains, following California, the UK, France and Australia
LexSage
This is the third round of audit targeting for apparel and the second round of audit targeting for footwear.
LexSage
We cannot cover all Canadian laws in this article.
LexSage
The Canada Border Services Agency ("CBSA") conducts verifications (also known as audits) to verify that an importer of goods has complied with Canadian customs and import laws.
LexSage
There are many other Canadian regulatory issues depending on the goods in question.
LexSage
On July 23, 3019, the Parliament of France approved the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (the "Canada-EU CETA").
LexSage
The Canada Border Services Agency ("CBSA") has the power to issue fines of up to $CDN 1,300 if you fail to report meat in your luggage. The CBSA has the authority to examine goods in the possession
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
The major implication is that it brings certainty to the trade relationship between Canada and the United States.
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