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12 Nations Including Canada, Reach Largest Trade Deal Since NAFTA

With news of a recent Trans-Pacific Partnership businesses in 12 different countries, including Canada, have a lot of potential gain to be had. The partnership has been tagged as the biggest trade deal since the North American Free Trade Act of 1993. However, details of the agreement are being kept under tight wraps. The 11 other nations that are all included in this deal with Canada are: Vietnam United States Singapore Peru New Zeala...

Top 4 Mistakes Not To Make When Shipping From U.S. to Canada

The Canadian marketplace can be an untapped “gold mine” for a U.S. business looking to expand operations to Canada. However, whether you are a small company or a gigantic one, if you do not do proper research, misfortune is sure to follow. Stories of popular small U.S. based businesses failing in Canada and even ones as large as Target, all have made the news lately for their failures to succeed in Canada. This article is not meant to detour ...

4 Unexpected Costs you Need to Plan for when Importing to Canada

Life is full of unexpected twists and turns. While we can plan for nearly everything, there is always something unexpected that comes up. This is especially true in the business world. Importing into Canada doesn't have to be difficult, but don't make the mistake of thinking it will be easy. Imagine, you found the perfect source for your new product line after months or years of planning and effort. You traveled across the globe to meet with a...

Troubles in China Forcing Canadian Importers to Search for Alternatives

China's recent economic downturn has created changes around the globe. One such change is the apparent forcing of the company's hands. Many companies have been forced to look for new countries to import some goods. For the first time in recent memory, many companies are starting to go back to older good sources. Often, these sources haven't been used in decades. Canadian companies who have used Chinese imports are feeling the heat. Customers i...

Accessing the Highly Profitable Canadian Market as a U.S. Exporter

The U.S. has seen a sudden resurgence of consumer spending as of late. Business expenditures have seemed to rise along consumer spending as well. Due to the boost in the economy, many economists are happy to see a jump in export volumes. Many businesses have upped their export plans and began to expand their sales to Canada – the number one export market for U.S. companies. While sharing a common border, the U.S. and Canada have many commona...