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(Daily News)
October 13, 2009

Mexico has formally filed a request for a World Trade Organization dispute settlement case challenging the U.S. country of origin labeling of meat at the retail level as an unfair trade barrier, within days of Canada launching such a challenge.


(Inside U.S. Trade)
October 09, 2009

H.E. Mr. John Gero

(Inside U.S. Trade)
October 09, 2009

The governments of Canada and Mexico have decided to take their fight against a U.S. country-of-origin labeling (COOL) law to a World Trade Organization dispute settlement panel, charging that the U.S. is creating a technical trade barrier that discriminates against their exports of live animals to the U.S. market.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
October 09, 2009

A Canadian proposal to exempt Canadian firms from the Buy American rules contained in the U.S. economic stimulus package is facing opposition from the AFL-CIO and tepid support overall from U.S. business groups, whose members either do not want the additional competition or are more focused on other issues related to the implementation of Buy American requirements.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
October 02, 2009

U.S. and Canadian negotiators met in Washington yesterday (Oct. 1) for an initial meeting on Canada's proposed deal on government procurement, under which the U.S. would grant a waiver to Canadian firms from the "Buy American" provisions in the $787 billion U.S. stimulus package in return for other concessions from Canada.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
October 02, 2009

The Canadian government this week took the first steps toward complying with an adverse decision issued by a legal tribunal convened under the U.S.-Canada Softwood Lumber Agreement (SLA).

(Inside U.S. Trade)
October 02, 2009

Canada is moving to enter the second phase of an plan to eliminate all tariffs on imported capital goods and inputs in an effort to make Canadian manufacturers more competitive.

(Daily News)
September 29, 2009

A tribunal convened under the U.S.-Canada Softwood Lumber Agreement (SLA) has rejected Canada's offer of a lump sum payment to compensate the U.S. for a breach of the terms of the SLA, thereby upholding the U.S. right to impose punitive tariffs on Canada's lumber exports as it has done since April.


(Text Document)
September 25, 2009

(Text Document)
September 22, 2009

(Inside U.S. Trade)
September 18, 2009

A proposal that Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper pitched to President Barack Obama and U.S. congressional leaders while in Washington this week contains two key limitations that reduces the potential value of the proposed deal for U.S. companies, sources said.

(Text Document)
September 09, 2009

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