Goods Made in Hong Kong.

Notice in the U.S. Federal Register: effective September 25th, goods that are made in Hong Kong are to be marked “made in China” when imported into the U.S.

As a result of this notice, CBSA was asked if Canada would be implementing a similar requirement and their response was that it is not Canada’s intention to change marking regulations at this time.

We also asked if goods made in Hong Kong but marked “made in China” would pose a concern when these goods are imported into Canada from the U.S. CBSA’s response is reproduced below:

According to the Determination of Country of Origin for the Purpose of Marking Goods (Non-CUSMA Countries) Regulations.