Canadian Export and Import Controls Bureau

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The Canadian Export and Import Controls Bureau (EICB) authorizes, under the discretion of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the import and export of goods restricted by quotas and/or tariffs. It also monitors the trade in certain goods and ensures the personal security of Canadians and citizens of other countries by restricting trade in dangerous goods and other materials.[1]

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