In theory, yes. Global Affairs Canada is responsible for controlling permits issued to importers.
In the course of the audit, however, we noted a discrepancy between the volume declared to the Canada Border Services Agency and the volume authorized by Global Affairs Canada under import permits. That's why we state in the report that 131 million dollars' worth of goods were imported without the appropriate customs duties being paid. In fact, the Canada Border Services Agency and Global Affairs Canada do not have a coordinated system.