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Notices to Importers and Exporters for Tariff Preferential Levels (TPL) under CUSMA

June 19, 2020 – Global Affairs Canada issued notices to importers and exporters on the established administration of the Tariff Preferential Levels (TPL) under Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement CUSMA.

The related Notices to Importers and Exporters are now available on the Global Affairs website.

For Exports from Canada:

For Imports to Canada:

The Notices set out the administration of the Tariff Preferential Levels (TPL) and identify where import permits / certificates of eligibility are required.

In accordance with CUSMA, the Tariff Preferential Level year will normally extend from January 1 to December 31 inclusive. Upon entry into force of CUSMA on July 1, 2020, the Tariff Preferential Level year for implementation year only will extend from July 1 to December 31, 2020. ?Tariff Preferential Level quantities for year 1 of CUSMA implementation are not pro-rated and the full quota quantities are accessible for imports and exports.

Please refer to the Tariff Preferential Level page for additional information on Tariff Preferential Levels and TPL Utilization table.

If you have any additional questions, please submit them to the following email address: TPL-NPT@international.gc.ca.

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