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Canada

(In Trade)
July 18, 2018

“Canada's prosperity is tied to progressive trade and economic opportunities beyond our borders, and Minister Carr will work to help Canadian people and businesses compete and succeed around the world, and diversify our trading markets.”


(Daily News)
July 17, 2018

Mexico and Canada will be exempt from new U.S. tariffs on autos and auto parts the U.S. if the three NAFTA countries successfully renegotiate the deal, Mexico's ambassador to the U.S. said on Tuesday.


(Daily News)
July 16, 2018

The U.S. has initiated World Trade Organization dispute settlement proceedings with Canada, Mexico, the European Union, Turkey and China over tariffs the countries have placed on U.S. products in response to steel and aluminum duties imposed by the U.S. earlier this year under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 and justified via national security, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative announced on Monday.


(In Trade)
July 12, 2018

The Mexican economy secretary said he discussed timing with USTR Lighthizer this week.


(In Trade)
July 12, 2018

Canada's deputy ambassador said the U.S. has “shown poor leadership in all of the trade fora that we work in,” including the WTO, catalyzing a new thought process among its trading partners.


(In Trade)
July 09, 2018

Following the Mexican election, a slew of auto groups tout “a great opportunity to update this trade agreement and ... allow the North American auto industry to remain globally competitive.”


(Daily News)
July 06, 2018

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer issued a fresh salvo of criticism at the World Trade Organization dispute settlement system over its decision in the supercalendered paper dispute brought by Canada, blasting Ottawa for pursuing the case even after the Commerce Department revoked the countervailing paper duties and contending that the dispute abetted China.


(Daily News)
July 05, 2018

A World Trade Organization panel has broadly found that the U.S. as a practice has improperly driven up countervailing duty rates by discovering alleged subsidies that were not disclosed by respondents during investigations, claiming those respondents are not cooperating, and applying adverse facts available.


(Daily News)
June 29, 2018

The Canadian government on Friday finalized plans to hit the U.S. with tariffs on roughly $12.6 billion worth of goods in response to the U.S. Section 232 duties on steel and aluminum.


(Daily News)
June 28, 2018

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told first-term Republican House members on Wednesday that he did not plan to drop a U.S. demand for a NAFTA sunset provision, despite concerns raised by many lawmakers.


(In Trade)
June 27, 2018

“We had a productive conversation today about the status of ongoing NAFTA negotiations and the potential impact on our districts.”


(In Trade)
June 27, 2018

“I think we're going to get there more quickly – I think it's probably already very close – with Mexico. My concern is with our good friends to the north. And I do mean good friends. Some of my best friends are Canadians.”


(Daily News)
June 26, 2018

Canadian stakeholders on Tuesday said they want their government to implement an exclusion process for retaliatory tariffs but limit its availability to U.S. companies as a means to compel the Trump administration to lift the steel and aluminum tariffs imposed on Canadian producers on June 1.


(In Trade)
June 22, 2018

“I'll have the odd conversation but no real engagement, no real negotiating session.”


(In Trade)
June 22, 2018

Targeting China now, he said, “seems to us to be violating kind of one of those principles that our president has in the past always adhered to, which is to negotiate from a position of strength.”


(In Trade)
June 21, 2018

“Congress delegated to the president tools to address unfair trade practices that hurt American workers, but these tools should not be used to start a reckless trade war with our closest allies.”


(In Trade)
June 18, 2018

“Current lumber shortages and high prices for U.S. homebuyers could have been avoided if the Commerce Department had seized the opportunity last fall to sign a lasting agreement in this sector.”


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