Canada: Canada Imposes Retaliatory Measures In Response To U.S. Steel And Aluminum Tariffs - McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Thursday, 12 July 2018
On Friday, June 29, 2018, the Government of Canada announced the final details of its retaliatory measures made in response to steel and aluminum tariffs
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Taxing foreign steel and aluminium "hurt American consumers, hurt American manufacturers," says Rep. French Hill (R-Ark.). Instead, says Hill, the president should use tariffs more "discreetly" and focus on punishing China. Steel and aluminium tariffs were implemented by the Trump administration in... ▶ Re. Hill: Steel and Aluminium Tariffs Are a 'Double Edged Sword' 01:41
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