Manufacturers are empowered to deal with unfair foreign competitors more effectively.
Environment Canada and the Canada Border Services Agency are looking at what can be done.
Alleges a “co-ordinated strategy” to have the RCMP delay the arrest, so that border officials could question her as a “routine immigration check.”
But data sharing depends on co-operation among competitors and security remains an open question.
US manufacturers accused of dumping 54-inch gypsum boards, distorting the Western Canada market.
More flexibility to determine whether prices in countries of origin are reliable or distorted.
Mississauga, Ont., man faces multiple drug and importation charges.
Arrangement recognizes each country’s Trusted Trader program members.
Cappe will look at gaps in current oversight, as well as models for more comprehensive monitoring.
Quebec Silicon complaint also includes claims of subsidies; several countries involved.
US-made product has injured the Canadian industry; floor price with permanent variable duties established.
Ottawa moves up review of dumping duties after complaints of high prices.
Investigation targets Belarus, Taipei, Hong Kong, Japan, Portugal and Spain.
Halifax police are investigating.
Border agency also found inadequate managerial oversight, a lack of timely information.