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US Commerce chief says Canadian trade threats 'inappropriate'

07 May 2017

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The second threat include possible duties against OR industries.

"The government of Canada is considering this request carefully and seriously", Trudeau said. He said trade officials will explore next steps. Trump has been railing against Canada's decision to change its policy on pricing domestic milk which helps producers in Quebec and Ontario better compete with farmers in NY and Wisconsin who have been selling milk products to cheese and yogurt producers in Canada.

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"We share the commitment to fighting climate change and protecting the environment", Mr Trudeau wrote in his letter on Friday.

US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross yesterday said that threats of retaliatory trade actions from Canadian officials "are inappropriate" and will not influence final US import duty determinations on Canadian softwood lumber.

Trudeau also indicated that duties might be enacted against OR industries, the Canadian Press wire service reported.

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The U.S. has contended for decades that Canada's lumber companies are unfairly subsidized through cheap access to public land, and the issue has repeatedly resulted in disputes that include duties, lawsuits, and temporary settlements.

Canada's move is a shift for Trudeau, who until now has been telling United States officials that bilateral trade irritants are minor, and that both nations benefit from having integrated production.

The federal government has begun studying all business subsidies in that state, home to Democratic Sen.

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Trudeau revealed the news in a letter to British Columbia premier Christy Clark, who asked him last month for the ban in response to fresh US tariffs on Canadian exports of lumber. Ron Wyden. Following that, the Canada Border Services Agency could examine duties on Oregon's plywood, wine, flooring, wood chips and packaging materials.

US Commerce chief says Canadian trade threats 'inappropriate'