Through Amendments in the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA), Two New Scope Appeals are Under Review

SIMA was amended to allow parties to seek clarification from the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) as to whether goods fall within the tribunal's finding or outside of the tribunal's finding. Woodfibre LNG submitted an application related to duties that will be applied to very large or complex modules related to a proposed LNG facility in [...]

2019-12-09T14:53:20-05:00January 1st, 2019|

Canadian Government Demonstrates Commitment to LNG Canada’s Project—No Official Decision Announced

The final investment decision (FID) from a consortium of investors for Canada’s first LNG joint venture project is announced before an official decision has been made from the Federal court of Appeal regarding the request for remission on FISC duties filed by LNG Canada. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveils $275 million that the federal government has [...]

2019-02-28T16:10:55-05:00October 1st, 2018|

CISC Counters an Appeal to CITT’s Ruling on FISC Duties

The CISC has challenges an appeal against the original offenders in the FISC trade case that is looking to unravel the CITT’s original ruling. This case is currently still under investigation with the Federal Court of Appeal and is being heard to consider the reasonableness of the decision made by the tribunal. The court has yet [...]

2019-02-28T16:11:19-05:00April 1st, 2018|

CISC Disputes A Tariff Remission Request from LNG Canada

CISC challenges LNG Canada’s remission request to the Department of Finance, seeking exemption from anti-dumping duties on fabricated structural steel and modules from China. The decision has yet to be officially announced and is dependent on the outcome of various proceedings that are currently in front of the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) and the Federal [...]

2019-02-28T16:11:43-05:00November 1st, 2017|

CISC Leads the Win for the World’s First FISC Anti-Dumping & Subsidizing Trade Case

The CITT’s investigation concludes that dumped fabricated industrial steel components (FISC) from China, Korea and Spain, as well as subsidized FISC from China, have caused injury to Canada’s domestic industry. Duties against FISC from these three countries are enforced for the next five years. With this ruling, we have preserved over 1.5 million man hours and [...]

2019-02-28T16:12:04-05:00May 1st, 2017|


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