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Lower duties on Israeli imports

An expanded Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement has now taken effect. The Agreement has removed or reduced tariffs on the import into Israel of a wide range of foods from Canada. Tariffs on imports into Israel from Canada on fresh apples, ...Read More

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Global Timber Exports

Out of the top-ten countries which export timber, the largest year-over-year increases (in %) were in Ukraine, Russia, the US, Chile and Germany. Exports from Ukraine have increased dramatically after the country banned most exports of softwood logs in 2017. ...Read More

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China suspends imports from Canada pork producer

Pork producers in Canada await developments, after China temporarily suspended pork imports from two Canadian processing facilities. The suspension imposed by China may be because of labelling irregularities. This is a matter of concern for Canadian exporters of pork.

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Moe calls for retaliatory scrutiny of Chinese imports

The Premier of Canada Scott Moe has called for a retaliatory measures in Canada’s import inspection regime to alert China of Canada's displeasure. He said it’s time for Canada to be “reciprocal in our scrutiny” as Chinese imports are arriving ...Read More

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Canada – China soybean exports increased by 80% last year

Soybean growers in Canada are concerned that China will block soybean imports as well as canola, which will mean they have few export markets left. China is widening the ban on canola imports and growers of other Canadian oilseeds are ...Read More

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US citrus exports slow

U.S. orange and tangerine exports declined by about 2% in value and 14% in volume last year. Trade statistics show that the top export market for U.S. oranges and tangerines was South Korea in 2018. South Korea accounted for 33% ...Read More

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British exports given massive boost

British exports to Canada have increased by 13.7 percent since a trade deal between the (EU) and Canada was introduced. Businesses are able to trade freely with Canada, without paying any duties at Canadian customs. Meat exports from Britain to ...Read More

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Grain imports possible to Australia

Australia may import whole grain for the first time in more than a decade, as drought is increasing prices on the domestic market. The latest crop projections forecast that Western Australia will produce more than 50 per cent of the ...Read More

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Retaliatory Tariffs on Exports from America by Canada and EU

Canada and the European Union have retaliated to the USA import tariffs which began on July 1. The Canadian government began to impose import tariffs on a long list of U.S. consumer goods, totaling about $12.6 billion of U.S. exports ...Read More

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Canada approves broad reforms to freight rail and air

Canada has approved broad air and freight reforms to specify passengers’ rights on planes, mandate the use of voice and video recorders in rail locomotives, and provide more choice for shippers with limited transport options. Reforms are intended to help ...Read More

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Canada says US duties on lumber exports unfair

Canada has denounced the United States for imposing import duties on its some softwood lumber exports. "U.S. duties on Canadian softwood lumber are unfair, unwarranted and troubling. They are harmful to Canada's lumber producers, workers and communities," Canadian Foreign Minister ...Read More

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Harvest and exports up for Rhône Valley in 2016

Export volumes of Rhône wines declined very slightly by an estimated 2.7% to 913,000hl: – this was broadly in line with the global downward trend for French exports of still wines. Export values however rose and stayed stable on €460m ...Read More

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Log exports from British Columbia under threat

Log exports are a contentious issue.; some politicians, policy analysts and unions have argued for a ban on log exports, whereas the current government has allowed limited exports of logs, but with an excessively complex export-approval process. Some commentators think ...Read More

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Canada Exports Rise

Canadian exports rose for a third month in August - the country posted a smaller-than-expected trade deficit, adding to signs of a modest rebound in the trade sector. Canadian exports rose 0.6 percent during the month. The largest component of ...Read More

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New Zealand wine exports rising

Exports of New Zealand wine rose by 10% in value to reach nearly NZ$1.6 billion in the year up to 30 June, said New Zealand Winegrowers. Extra wine from the 2016 vintage is expected to boost export volumes by a ...Read More

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Nova Scotia’s Exports Charge Ahead in 2016

Nova Scotia's exports will grow by six per cent this year and by four per cent in 2017, according to Export Development Canada's (EDC) bi-annual Global Export Forecast. The positive outlook is being driven by a weaker Canadian dollar and ...Read More

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Mango exports to start early

Pakistan started mango exports from May 20 this season, aiming to export 100,000 tons which is expected to fetch over $75 million, Pakistan Fruit and Vegetable Exporters, Importers and Merchants Association (PFVA) said. PFVA Chairman Waheed Ahmed said the country ...Read More

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Ontario exports to rise

A new forecast by Export Development Canada predicts that Ontario will see broad-based gains in exports this year and next, thanks to a favourable exchange rate and rising demand caused by a strong recovery in the U.S. economy. The Crown ...Read More

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Canadian exports jump in July

Canada’s export sector posted healthy growth for the second month in a row in July, helping cut the country’s trade deficit. Exports grew by 2.3 per cent from June to $45.46-billion, the second highest figure on record. The main areas ...Read More

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Dutch exports boost on downtrodden euro

Dutch exports have been boosted by the low rate of the euro and the sharp fall in oil prices. The top three most important export markets for the Netherlands are the United States, Canada and Turkey. This is the first ...Read More

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Canada import barriers

When it comes to the value of goods that can be shipped into the country before duty is assessed (referred to as the de minimis level), Canada comes near the bottom of the list. Americans can import $200 worth of ...Read More

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Canada’s export recovery firmly on

Canada’s trade surplus soared unexpectedly to a two and a half high of $1.86-billion in June, boosted by record exports and falling imports, Statistics Canada data indicated last Wednesday. This was the largest surplus since the $2.43-billion recorded in December ...Read More

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