SCC upholds CITT ruling in customs case

In the first customs case to be heard by the Supreme Court of Canada in four decades, the high court has allowed the appeal of the Attorney General of Canada in a decision of the Federal Court of Appeal overturning a decision of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal.
“This was the first time the SCC had considered a customs classification case in almost 40 years,” says Jan Brongers, lead counsel for the appellant, “and the first time it had had a chance to look at customs classification law” since Canada signed on to the International Convention on the Harmonized Commodity Description …
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