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A friend of yours has started a small workshop in Rwanda and asked you if she could send her handmade products to Canada. You agreed to help her out to figure out the taxes and tariffs that might apply to her products.
She is planning to export handmade footwear made out of leather. She has a farm in which she grows livestocks, processes all the products that are made from the farm, and prepares the leather. Everything happens in her workshop. If everything goes well, then she can package the finished products, labels them according to the Canadian regulations, and ship them to Canada.
She wants to know how to calculate any applicable tariff and how to deal with the Canadian Customs.
You will need to read and understand, at least, the following sources:
Thanks to Shima and Swati:
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