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G20 merchandise trade falls for the first time in two years. The OECD reports that exports and imports contracted by 1.3% and 1.1%, respectively in the third quarter of 2022

Highway Sufferance Warehouse Closure - Oshawa, Ontario. In Customs Notice 22-23 the CBSA is advertising for a new highway sufferance warehouse in this area

Carbon steel fasteners from Chinese Taipei - Newfast. Conclusion of normal value review

CBSA plans to implement CARM Release 2 in October 2023. Release 2 will expand the functionalities of the CARM Client Portal

Textiles and Clothing Free Trade Agreements Tariff Preference Level Utilization 2022 Imports - Utilization levels have been updated to November 21, 2022

Textiles and Clothing - CUSMA Tariff Preference Level Utilization 2022 Exports - Utilization levels have been updated to November 21, 2022

CETA origin quota utilization tables 2022. The Utilization levels for certain items have been updated to 2022-11-21

CUSMA- Sugar-Containing Products Tariff Rate Quota fill rate discrepancy. Update November 18. Global Affairs Canada is continuing in its efforts to re-open the quota before the end of the year

Update on China's CIFER system for fish and seafood establishments. CFIA has been in contact with the General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic of China (GACC) and has confirmed that the renewal option is now available for fish and seafood establishments until December 31, 2022

Minister of Transport introduces a new bill to make supply chain stronger. The proposed measures would support the flow of essential goods and would implement tools to mitigate risks and impacts of future supply chain challenges


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