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Canada's merchandise trade surplus reached $3.0 billion in October. The country's merchandise imports fell 2.8% in October while exports edged up 0.1%

U.S. trade commission renews finding that Canadian lumber imports injure U.S. industry. As a result of the commission's determination, the existing U.S. duties on imports of this product from Canada will remain in place

Reinvestigation of values of carbon steel fasteners from China and Chinese Taipei. Revised amounts could change the rates of anti-dumping and countervailing duty payable on imports

Reminder: Blanket certificates of origin need to be renewed for 2024. Most blanket certificates are filled-out to expire on December 31 and have to be renewed

Canada bans direct import of Russian diamonds and related products. Canada will continue working with its G7 and other international partners to implement comprehensive controls and verification measures for banning Russian diamonds

The Canada Border Services Agency's 2023 Year in Review. The Agency processed close to 4,554,300 commercial trucks into Canada, collected approximately $32.7 billion in duties and taxes

Minister of Transport announces launch of the National Supply Chain Office. This initiative to strengthen Canada's supply chains and increase the economy's competitiveness is supported by an investment of $27.2 million from Budget 2023

CETA origin quota utilization tables 2023. The Utilization levels for certain items have been updated

Textiles and Clothing - CUSMA Weekly Stats - Export/Import - Preference Level Utilization - Utilization levels have been updated

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