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  1. 30/11/2021 · The Biden administration's US Commerce Dept. on Nov. 24 followed through with expected anti-dumping and countervailing duties on Canadian softwood lumber producers, placing tariffs of 17.99% on ...

  2. After the World Trade Organization gave the U.S. a green light to impose tariffs because of subsidies from the governments of Spain, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom to Airbus, European Commission spokesperson Daniel Rosario threatened retaliatory measures if the United States imposes a US$7.5 billion (€6.823 billion) tariff on products such as olives, whiskey, wine, cheese, yogurt ...

  3. 20/08/2021 · In 2019, U.S. affiliates of Canadian-owned firms employed 836,000 Americans, invested over $1 billion to innovative research and development, and contributed to more than $15 billion in U.S. exports. The United States, Mexico, and Canada are parties to the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement ( USMCA ), which entered into force on July 1, 2020, replacing the North American Free Trade ...

  4. 07/02/2006 · The US received a waiver from the MFN rules to enter the Canada-US Automotive Products Agreement (Auto Pact) in 1965. Canada did not need to get a waiver because it allowed firms from every country to participate, so long as they adhered to the rules.

  5. 31/05/2022 · Canadian Pacific announces multi-year agreement with CMA-CGM May 31, 2022 Following CP’s successful return to Atlantic Canada, Government of Canada and Province of New Brunswick announce critical supply chain investment for Port Saint John and New Brunswick Southern Railway

  6. 06/02/2006 · The Automotive Products Trade Agreement of 1965, better known as the Canada-US Auto Pact, led to the integration of the Canadian and US auto industries in a shared North American market. While it brought great benefits to Canada, it was eventually found to be contrary to international trade rules and was cancelled in 2001.

  7. 01/04/2022 · U.S. to eliminate tariffs on $2.5 billion worth of Canadian aluminum that had been imposed on August 16, 2020, to avoid Canadian retaliatory tariffs. August 13, 2020 U.S. to reimpose tariffs on $2.5 billion worth of Canadian aluminum on August 16, 2020, and Canada to impose retaliatory tariffs.