The free trade agreement, which passed in June 2010 between Canada and Columbia, will come into effect this summer on August 15, 2011. So what does this mean for Canadian businesses?
BC’s forest product exports totaled $926 million in March 2011, an increase of 22.3 percent from March 2010. With such a large dependency on this industry, it is important to know what is required when exporting forest products.
Significant changes were made to the Incoterms 2010 earlier this year by the International Chamber of Commerce. Find out how these changes affect your import business in BC.
Offshore manufacturing is a common strategy to reduce costs, but make sure you carefully research this option before you jump in.
Are you ready to expand your business beyond our borders? Find out if you’re export ready.
You want to import products from other countries, but where you do begin? Here are some tips to help make the import process easier for you.
It’s not simply enough to want to sell your products internationally; you should also be prepared for this new business venture.
Are you looking to exit your import business? Find out about your legal obligations when winding up your import business and who you should contact regarding your import accounts.
Moving to offshore manufacturing requires careful consideration and research. Determine if importing your products is right for your company.
Are you looking for financial assistance to help expand your export business into new markets? Find out about the programs and associations which offer financial assistance to support and to promote exporting.