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This guide includes resources dealing with the procurement, maintenance and transportation of materials, facilities and personnel. Also find resources on supply chain management, distribution, customs and freight forwarding. Use the tabbed navigation menu above to find materials.
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(Knotia Canada) Information for importers and customs brokers: relevant legislation, the complete Customs Tariff and schedules, administrative materials, case law and findings by Canadian courts and tribunals, selected US and international materials such as NAFTA legislation and US tariff and customs rulings, as well as the Compendium of Classification Opinions and the Harmonized System Explanatory Notes issued by the World Customs Organization. Includes TaxMatters@EY and Commodity Tax News newsletters.
(Migra International) Information for exporters, shippers, and logisticians on exporting from Canada to different countries, including regulatory and documentation requirements, definitions of terms, and international contact information.
(ProQuest) Provides in-depth coverage of business conditions, trends, corporate strategies and tactics, management techniques, competitive and product information, and a wide variety of other business topics.
(LexisNexis) A large multi-tiered database of thousands of sources including newspapers, journals, wire services, newsletters, company reports and SEC filings, case law, government documents, transcripts of broadcasts, and selected reference works.
Use the Database Comparison Chart to help you choose an appropriate business database. This chart compares database content so that you know which contains the type of information you need (e.g. Country profile, SWOT analysis, Market Research, etc.).
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