National Trade and Tariff Service
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This work consists of two primary looseleaf binders, plus an annual case law binder.
The annual case law volumes of the Trade and Tariff Reports contain Canadian decisions by administrative tribunals and from the courts concerning custom and trade remedy laws. A cumulative Table of Cases and a Cumulative Table of Statutes Judicially Considered are also included. Updates to Reports are issued bi-monthly.
Volume 1 of the National Trade and Tariff Service contains:
- "Tradewinds", a monthly newsletter which provides information on Canadian trade and tariff matters together with informed commentary and analysis of important decisions
- "How to Solve Your Trade&; Tariff Problems", a guide to approaching difficulties which commonly arise under the regulatory regime of international trade
- "A section on the "Harmonized System", an overview of the internationally adopted customs tariff system introduced in Canada in January 1988
Billing Method: Annual Subscription