Prime Minister concludes successful G20 Summit in Germany

July 10, 2017

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, [has] concluded a successful G20 Leaders’ Summit in Hamburg, Germany.

During the Summit, Prime Minister Trudeau promoted open, progressive trade that benefits the middle class and those working hard to join it. He also emphasized the importance of gender equality and women’s empowerment, and the need to take action now to address climate change and build clean growth economies that work for everyone.

Latest edition of WCO News now available

June 27, 2017

The WCO has published the 83rd edition of WCO News, the Organization’s flagship magazine aimed at the Customs community, which provides a selection of informative articles that touch the international Customs and trade landscape.

This edition features a special dossier on the use of collective action to fight corruption and how it can apply in the Customs context, and includes both country-specific experiences as well as the views of Customs’ partners.

CETA Webinar

June 26, 2017

In cooperation with the EU Chamber of Commerce in Canada – West, and the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Canada – West, Deloitte is offering a free webinar on CETA.

As the ratification process by the Canadian and the EU Governments is nearing completion, the Comprehensive Economic and Free Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union is expected to enter into force in the coming months. The new trade agreement offers many opportunities, especially for those importers, exporters and investors that come well prepared.

Canadian economy showing encouraging signs

June 16, 2017

With the adjustment to lower oil prices largely behind us, there are encouraging signs that growth is broadening across regions and sectors, [said] Senior Deputy [Bank of Canada] Governor Carolyn A. Wilkins..

Senior Deputy Governor Wilkins discussed how having more broad-based economic growth makes it more likely that it will be sustainable over the medium term. This is the horizon Bank of Canada policy-makers consider as they set policy to achieve the Bank’s 2 per cent inflation target...

News about TNT Shipments

April 5, 2017

The following is a message from FedEx Express:

Please be advised that, effective April 5th, 2017, all TNT express import shipments will be integrated into the FedEx Express network; TNT will no longer be acting as the carrier for the import of TNT express shipments.

Broker advising will be completed by FedEx Express using FedEx Brokerage Connection (FBC) as it is today for FedEx Express shipments. This process will be seamless to you, the customs broker, as TNT shipments will also be reported under the 400- carrier code. 


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