No help dealing with Trump’s Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum exports.
Group says greater market access and elimination of competitive dairy classes will shrink the Canadian industry.
More access to dairy but Canada saves dispute provision, accommodation reached on Section 232 tariffs.
US farmers get more access to the Canadian dairy market, but NAFTA dispute-resolution process stays.
Request will help protect the rights of Canadian producers if the North Pacific Paper appeals the ITC ruling.
Freeland calls countervailing and anti-dumping duties unfair, unwarranted and “deeply troubling.”
Trump’s team describe panels as a sovereignty violation; foreign courts make judgments on how US law should be applied.
Former PM says NAFTA arbitration panels served “all three parties brilliantly for many years.”
Few concrete proposals made on contentious issues like dispute-resolution.
Canada wants to keep it, the US wants an overhaul of the arbitration system.