Canada cracks down on imports after US' Section 232 tariffs

Canada is cracking down further on unfairly traded steel and aluminum following the imposition of Section 232 tariffs in the United States.

Among regulations the country is expediting are more aggressive anti-circumvention investigations that would allow the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) "to identify and stop companies that try to dodge duties" through product alteration and transshipment, according to a government statement on Tuesday March 27. The CBSA will also...

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Thorsten Schier

March 27, 2018

23:00 GMT