Exporting a product or a service to a foreign market requires in-depth knowledge of the rules and treaties relating to international sales. Your order forms, bids, sale contracts, warranties, customs and transportation documentation, documentary credit and other international payment mechanisms are closely related and are key elements in the success of your export operations. Exporting also involves validating the regulatory compliance of the exported product with the laws of the target market. The product must meet every aspect of all of the requirements. Therefore, it would definitely be wrong to assume that a Canadian product that meets all Canadian requirements may be exported everywhere in the world without any restrictions. Similarly, a foreign product exported to Canada must also comply with the requirements of the regulatory authorities.  Barriers to entry such as customs duties, taxes, etc., must also be considered.  Finally, in developing a marketing strategy, the level of regulatory harmonization between the different jurisdictions must be considered as well. The European community has, through its directives and regulations, harmonized its requirements throughout the European Union. This is not the case with NAFTA, since Mexico, Canada and the United States have not harmonized their respective regulations to permit the free movement of foreign products, whatever their point of entry. Other international agreements could also apply. When advising you on exporting, our professionals will make sure that your trade-mark portfolio is protected in your export market.

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