US manufacturers accused of dumping 54-inch gypsum boards, distorting the Western Canada market.
Will begin taxing US imports worth $3.4 billion in response to Trump’s tariffs on European steel and aluminum.
Looking at “tariffs and/or quotas” on imports arguing they pose a threat to national security.
US, South Korea and Taiwan targeted for selling styrene monomer 5% to 10.7% below the proper price level.
Blamed for dumping excess steel, coal, cement and glass on world markets.
Penalties include anti-dumping duties of up to 210% and anti-subsidy duties of up to 241%.
Canadian Steel Producers Association happy with decision; duties of up to 351.4% to be imposed.
“Reasonable indication” it has cause injury to the domestic industry.
Fortress, Tembec facing 13% interim duties; several large US firms are looking at 20%.
Canadian International Trade Tribunal says no to countervailing duties.
EU duties on panels it alleges are dumped set to jump to 47% in August.
Announces anti dumping probe of European wine in dumping squabble
CITT launches an inquiry into complaint by Quebec Silicon.
Chinese accuse US of trade friction in new energy.
CITT will determine if injury caused to Canadian suppliers.