WINDSOR, Ont., Canada -- Ottawa is targeting Dec. 3 as the rollout date for a system designed to streamline Canada-bound commercial traffic, Ward’s has learned. “That’s what we’re shooting for,” Canada Customs spokesman Michel Proulx says. “But it’s not carved in stone.” The Customs Self Assessment (CSA) Program simplifies accounting and payment procedures for “approved importers,” Canada Customs says. Importers who pass muster can clear shipments based only on the identities of the ...

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