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What does a dead TPP mean for Canada?

Canada is a signatory partner in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, just last winter, International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland signed the dotted line during a ceremony held in Auckland, New Zealand, adding Canada’s name to a long list of international partners. But with the arrival of president-elect Trump in the Commander-in-chief’s chair, things don’t seem too clear in regards to the agreement’s future. USA and Japan Leading TPP Nego...

CETA Clears Another Legal Hurdle

If it seems like the Trans-Pacific Partnership is practically dead and buried, Canada can breathe a little easier when it comes to the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). Just recently at the end of November, the free trade deal cleared another important hurdle on its way to implementation as the European Parliament rejected a motion put forward to ask the top European Union court to rule on the legality of the agreement....

Why Delivery Duty Paid is Not the Best Option

When sending goods internationally do you have a tendency of using Delivery Duty Paid (DDP)? You're not alone if you do, because it really is, or seems like, an easy choice to make when it comes to international business. There are actually many companies that choose international terms of sale based on various factors such as their company philosophy, the costs, the seller options or just how easy the deal may seem to work out. But the truth is,...

Trudeau Urged to Strengthen Canada-Mexico Relations

With the upcoming arrival of President-elect Trump in the White House, accompanied with his desire to renegotiate or simply remove the United States from international trade deals; leading experts in U.S.- Canada relations are urging Prime minister Trudeau to strengthen Canada's ties with Mexico. Laura Dawson, director of the Canada Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Centre in Washington, mentioned in front of the Senate foreigh-affairs committee...

In-transit Freight Pilot Program Looking to Expand

For the past year, Canadian and American Customs officials have been observing a pilot program effectively allowing for in-transit shipments through the U.S. By in-transit, the project affects freight that has both a point of origin and destination in Canada but that passes through the United States en route to its final destination. The program started in late May 2016 and was scheduled to wrap up on November 27 of the current year. Plans are...