Wrong message to send the Trumpists about the cost of protectionist policies.
Canada’s foreign minister says US businesses are on our side.
Tariffs and fear of protectionism are negatively impacting exporters, but USMCA has improved business sentiment.
An end to tariffs on steel and aluminum was not part of the USMCA.
Letter notes no tariffs or quotas are needed because of action already taken by the three countries.
Some companies have mitigated the impact of duties by ramping up imports or working through existing stock of raw materials.
Won’t accept any American proposal to agree to a quota system on metals as a way for the US to remove the duties.
Automaker gets most of its metals from U.S. producers, which raised prices due to the tariffs this year.
Company faces potentially costly tariffs on aluminum and steel.
Concerned about a slowdown in private investment over uncertainty about ongoing access to the US market.
Dealer expects rising prices for US-made equipment will steer more buyers to used equipment.
A list of the current trade battles that are occurring on numerous fronts.
Trudeau urged Canadians to “make their choices accordingly” in considering whether to buy American products.
Four hours of testimony from representatives of metals and auto companies and their unionized workers.
Companies are feeling the fallout of higher metals prices and trade retaliation.