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Jan 27, 2022

Deciding Which Multilateral Deal to Use Is Not So Clear Cut

By Michael Zobin Canadian importers may soon have a new range of free trade options available to them in Asia.… Read more 

Jan 27, 2022

How RCEP will change the role of Asia in global trade

By Steven Guo, Senior Manager, Asia Operations, Global Trade Consulting It’s difficult to imagine that it was only one year… Read more 

Jan 27, 2022

Trivial Disputes Put Supply Chain Transformation at Risk

By Jamie Adams It might just be working… slowly. The grand plan devised by Washington during the Trump years –… Read more 

Jan 27, 2022

Vexing Uncertainties Amongst Silver Linings: The New Realities of UK-EU Trade

By Gavin Everson It’s difficult to imagine that the term “Brexit” remains commonplace in the British lexicon. The… Read more 

Jan 27, 2022

Canadian Importers’ Window for CARM Compliance Rapidly Closing

By Candace Sider As the saying often goes, change isn’t easy. But when it’s related to a distant… Read more 

Nov 18, 2021

5 myths about barge – the inland transport solution no one’s talking about

By David Schulingkamp, Vice President, Barge Services The word is out. Shoppers have been put on notice. The… Read more 

Nov 18, 2021

The complexity lurking behind London’s trade diversification agenda

By Gavin Everson, Director, Global Trade Consulting It’s been a banner year thus far for British importers. The… Read more 

Aug 19, 2021

Lax adherence to post-Brexit customs rules may leave gaping holes in 2022 business budgets

By Gavin Everson, Director, Global Trade Consulting Businesses throughout the UK are in for a reckoning and it’s… Read more 

Aug 19, 2021

Canadian Trade Policy Review: Defend and Diversify

By Jeff Fraser, Director, Global Trade Consulting There’s a fever pitch amongst political observers in Canada in anticipation… Read more 

Aug 19, 2021

6 Steps Businesses Can Take to Reduce Supply Chain Disruption

By Jill Hurley, Director, Global Trade Consulting One wouldn’t expect that in normal times high demand would fall… Read more