Canadian lumber producers set to pay lower U.S. duties

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The U.S. is setting duties on Canadian softwood lumber that would effectively lower the punitive tariffs on most producers as the long-simmering trade dispute drags on.

Average preliminary anti-dumping and countervailing duties of nearly 12 per cent will be levied on Canadian softwood lumber producers, the U.S. Department of Commerce said Tuesday in an email.


Source: BNN Bloomberg


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