` Your Global Business Partner Why Trade with Canada? Canada and the U.S. share the largest unprotected border in the world, 3987 miles and approximately 140 land border crossings.
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80% of Canada’s Population…
…live within 100 miles of the U.S. border.
Key Markets of Opportunity
For more information on the Automotive market…
For more information on Canada’s Defense Industry
The U.S. Commercial Service in Canada invites you to explore new Canadian business opportunities with our U.S. Delegation Program at OHA Health Achieve. Join the action! Travel to Canada with your own U.S. Delegation program agenda!
For more information regarding Canada’s Health Sector…
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Questions on the Canadian Education Market?
USD$2500 per company for two participants
For more information on the Telecommunication Industy in Canada…
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Opportunities for venue overlay (temporary) products and services such as but not limited to:
Establish sub contracts with Canadian suppliers now. Bid tenders will take place 2008-2009
NAFTA Secretariat - Full NAFTA legal text including Annex 401 – Specific
Rules of Origin and Tarriff items for NAFTA
For information on rules, regulations and imposed tariffs within the NAFTA when importing / exporting, please contact the destination country's customs office:
U.S. Trade Representative:
About the USCS Our Mission
The U.S. Commercial Service is a Commerce Department agency that helps U.S. companies, particularly small and medium-sized businesses, make sales in international markets. Founded in 1980, the agency’s network includes 107 U.S. Export Assistance Centers throughout the country, and more than 150 offices overseas.
The U.S. Commercial Service shall place primary emphasis on the promotion of exports of goods and services from the United States, particularly by small- and medium-sized businesses, and on the protection of United States business interests abroad.