I.e. which means in other words, was the start of an example.
If "they" (essentially anyone) mis label the package and it get's opened, NO MATTER WHAT IT IS
, it will be seized, you black listed, and you'll be slapped with a hefty fine
And thank you Bloodsport for helping to prove my point. Sometimes it is illegal to import
(usually tropical woods such as Mahogany), Other times, it's hard (almost illegal
) to export native woods such as Cedar.
Originally Posted by Danke
The whole cross border gig is a nightmare. Stuff you can't export, stuff you can't import, stuff you can import but can't re-export after it's touched by a Canadian, and more.
In my 7 years of importing and exporting, the extra money we have to pay here is well worth the frustration that ASC retailers' importers have to go through