U.S., Canada alter rules to make importing easier

01/16/2013 | Watertown Daily Times (N.Y.)

The U.S. and Canada are aiming to ease the transport of goods across their border by allowing more valuable merchandise to qualify for "informal entry." Previously, goods worth more than $2,000 were subject to rules that included surety bonds and import forms when they entered the U.S. That threshold has now been raised to $2,500.

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