DETROIT – Implementation of Canada’s Customs Self Assessment (CSA) Program has been delayed pending further talks with Washington and the release by Ottawa of a new federal budget, Ward’s has learned. A Canada Customs spokesman tells Ward’s that CSA’s launch, tentatively scheduled for Dec. 3, has been postponed indefinitely because of harmonization concerns raised during talks between Ottawa and Washington see related story . He says both sides concluded implementation of the new ...
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