New Exclusions for Chinese Origin Goods
The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) went forward with a new set of exclusions for Chinese origin goods subject to Section 301 additional duties appearing on List 4A.
Import Duties Deferred In The Wake of COVID-19
NAFTA’s Rocky History Paves a Smoother Road for CUSMA
On December 10th, 2019, a new trade agreement between the countries of North America was signed: the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement, or CUSMA.
Non-Canadian Retailers: Why You Should Become a Non-Resident Importer
Becoming a Non-Resident Importer can prove to be a boon for a vendor who is looking to tap into the Canadian market.
A History of Customs
Have you ever wondered how and where the process of customs was developed? What caused the need for the concept of tariffs, and why is this practice universal among every country in the world?
CUSMA: The Canada-U.S.-Mexico Agreement – A Rundown of its Effects and Reception
On November 30th, 2018, a new trilateral trade agreement between Canada, the U.S., and Mexico was signed. This trade agreement goes by many names depending on which country observers originate from: USMCA if observed in the U.S., T-MEC in Mexico, and ACEUM in the French-speaking parts of Canada. For most Canadians, you’ll come to know this trade agreement by the name CUSMA: the Canada-U.S.-Mexico Agreement.