Perspectives on Canada-US Cross Border Business Affairs
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The 2022 Canadian Transportation Equipment Association's Annual Conference and Trade Fair, promises to be yet another fantastic opportunity for trailer and vocational truck manufacturers, their dealers, suppliers, and service providers to gather and network.
In this installment of the Five Questions, Five Answers podcast, Birgit Matthiesen talks trade policy with Flavio Volpe, the President of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers of Canada.
Co-hosts Hunter Carter and Malcolm McNeil talk about Mexico trade issues dominating the headlines, with Sánchez Devanny Law Firm Partner Eduardo Sotelo Cauduro.
In this installment of the Five Questions, Five Answers podcast, Birgit Matthiesen and Antonio J. Rivera talk with Steve Griffith, Senior Industry Director of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), about what vehicle component manufacturers need to know.
Washington Urges Canada Not To Pursue a Digital Services Tax, Warns of Retaliatory Tariffs on Imports From Canada
In December 2021, Canada announced plans to impose a digital services tax, or DST. A few days later, the Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR) expressed opposition indicating that if Ottawa were to pursue this plan, “all options” would be considered.
In this installment of the Five Questions, Five Answers podcast, Birgit Matthiesen, Antonio J. Rivera, and James Kim invite Steve Christensen, the executive director of the Responsible Battery Coalition, to discuss how the USMCA impacts the North American battery industry.
On January 13, Canada announced that it would join Mexico in requesting a dispute settlement panel to address a disagreement over the US interpretation of the automotive rules of origin under the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). This is the latest development in the on-going trilateral dispute.
In light of the impact of high tariffs on EV inputs under Section 301 and Section 232 measures and the uncertainty of future trade actions, qualification under the US-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) Agreement is more important than ever to maintain a competitive advantage in this industry.
In this installment of the Five Questions, Five Answers podcast, Director of North American Manufacturing Birgit Matthiesen, Partner Angela Santos, and Associate Christine Hintze discuss the impact of US Customs' crackdown on forced labor in company supply chains.
In this installment of the Five Questions, Five Answers podcast, Director of North American Manufacturing Birgit Matthiesen explores the impact of the USMCA on the electric mobility sector with Antonio J. Rivera and James Kim.
In this installment of the Five Questions, Five Answers podcast, Director of North American Manufacturing Birgit Matthiesen breaks down the First Sale Rule with Customs & Import Compliance Partner Angela Santos.
Entry into Force of the USMCA as of July 1 is proceeding as planned, with the publication of the Uniform Regulations last week a necessary critical step in making that a reality.
In an April 20, 2020 message to the trade community, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) released the long-awaited United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) Interim Implementing Instructions (CBP Instructions).
For those reading the tea leaves of US trade policy, an announcement earlier this week from the US International Trade Commission was an important development.
Earlier today, House Democrats appeared before cameras on Capitol Hill to announce they had reached an agreement with the Trump Administration on the final text of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
For more than two decades, a broad range of cross-border financial transactions between the United States, Canada, and Mexico were ruled by the 1994 NAFTA.
In the last hour of the last day of last month, with 30 minutes to spare, US Trade Representative Lighthizer met the US self-imposed deadline and formally sent to Congress the agreed-upon text of a US-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA.
Following the Presidential Proclamations issued April 30, 2018 regarding the imposition of double-digit tariffs on certain steel and aluminum imports (Section 232 tariffs), US Customs and Border Protection published further guidance detailing the implementation of the Section 232 tariffs.
Canadian business leaders greeted the President’s announcement that the exemptions for Canada (and Mexico) from the double-digit “Section 232 tariffs” on certain steel and aluminum imports will be extended an additional month, or May 31, 2018.
The NAFTA Renegotiations and the Automotive Rules of Origin: Upcoming Round in Mexico City Ready for February 25th Start
The NAFTA renegotiations entered a critical stage in January, with all eyes now turned to the next round scheduled for February 25, 2018 in Mexico City.
The US Administration and the NAFTA Automotive Rules: Now Is Not the Time for the Automotive Industry to Take Its Foot off the Gas
On Friday, September 22, US Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross released two important statements in regard to the US Administration’s objective in the NAFTA talks, especially for the automotive sector.