Looks like further retaliation for arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.
Government will continue to support workers and the industry as in the past: Bains
Kingdom has tried to sting Canada’s economy by halting future trade and investment deals.
Official calls unilateral threats and pressure “counterproductive.”
Tariffs are on affecting a $34 billion list of American goods including soybeans, pork and electric cars.
They fear the tariffs could spark reciprocal levies just as Americans embrace the lighter-tasting Canadian spirit.
Dozens of consumer goods will be subject to 10% duties, from ketchup, to lawn mowers, to playing cards.
Beijing has pledged to retaliate with equal tariffs on $34 billion in US goods.
European carmakers create over half a million jobs in the US: EU spokesperson
Surprised that iconic motorcycle manufacturer was first “to wave the White Flag” in the tariff dispute.
Automakers couldn’t do much in the short run to build more vehicles in the US and avoid the tariff: LMC Automotive.
Exemptions expire June 1 on import duties of 25% on steel and 10% on aluminum.
Action breaks with a Pentagon recommendation, which warns a wide-ranging move would jeopardize national security partnerships.
Tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum threatens a global trade fracas.
Beijing faces complaints that a flood of Chinese aluminum, steel and other exports are being sold at unfairly low prices.