Business Law-Case Analysis

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Tong, a new immigrant from China, recently graduated with a BBA from Yorkville University. Her father, who is vice president of a factory in China producing unique rice and noodle sauces, is keen on opening up the Canadian market. Fortunately, Tong had made many friends in the BBA program who were somehow connected to the food service industry.

To make his case to the shareholders in China, Tong’s father wanted her to write-up all the requirements to legally sell their products in Canada, including packaging, labeling, insurance, and payment options. Tong came to you for help.

What would be the most important points for Tong and her father to consider to ensure they have all the kinds of information they might need to be successful in this venture?

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