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Tribunal finds dumping of heavy steel plate injures Canadian industry. Provisional duties could soon apply to plate from Taiwan, Germany, South Korea, Malaysia, and Turkey.

Tribunal to review expiry of duties on certain whole potatoes from the United States. Anti-dumping finding scheduled to expire unless CBSA and Tribunal decide to maintain it.

Reinvestigation of values of certain steel welded pipe exported from Thailand. Revised amounts could change the rates of anti-dumping duty payable on imports

Dumping would resume if duties expired on tubular goods from 8 of 9 countries. Tribunal will now determine whether the expiry would likely result in injury to Canadian industry

Reinvestigation of values of certain oil country tubular goods from the U.S.  Revised amounts could change the rates of anti-dumping duty payable on imports

Temporary CBSA service reduction at Crystal City. The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is temporarily reducing service hours at the Crystal City, Manitoba port of entry

Temporary CBSA service reduction at Clarenceville and Stanstead. The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is temporarily reducing service hours at two ports of entry in Quebec

Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA) Rules of Origin. Memorandum D11-5-17 describes the Canada – United States – Mexico Agreement (CUSMA) Rules of Origin

Canada reaches partial agreement with Australia on WTO wine trade dispute. Canada and Australia announced a partial agreement regarding Australia's World Trade Organization challenge against Canada

   

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