Canada requests trade panel on US uncoated groundwood paper ruling
Request will help protect the rights of Canadian producers if the North Pacific Paper appeals the ITC ruling.
US firms seeking Trump’s steel tariff waiver face a backlash
Companies risk being forced out of business if not excused from the 25% tariff.
Auto industry cries foul as Trump moves toward car tariffs
It’s provoking a backlash among members of Congress and warnings of tens of thousands of lost jobs.
Canada could get caught in cross fire of US uranium investigation
Another US Commerce Department “national security” move as the sector bleeds jobs.
Trump’s trade agenda runs into reality of global geopolitics
No ‘easy wins’ as trade talks on China and NAFTA hit stumbling blocks.
US firms seek tariff relief as US and China try to mend rift
Trump raised hopes for the latest talks by striking a surprisingly conciliatory tone toward China.
US publishers worry about pricier Canadian newsprint with new tariffs
Critics of the paper tariffs say it’s US newspapers that will ultimately be harmed.
Feds open to helping newsprint producers slapped with US tariff
Carr okay with a global approach similar to what the Liberal government did for the softwood lumber industry.
US newsprint duties will accelerate shift to digital: Resolute
600,000 workers in the newspaper and commercial printing sectors are at risk.
How the Canada vs Boeing fight began on Pennsylvania Ave.
Company is torn between two imperatives: completing the military sale with Canada and avoiding what it perceives to be a colossal mistake of its past.
Canadian industries concerned about fallout from Bombardier tariffs
It has created uncertainty across the manufacturing sector also affecting those supplying raw materials.
Slapped with 220% US tariff, Bombardier doubling down CSeries sales to China
US Department of Commerce’s preliminary duty decision raises questions about the future of a key order for Delta Air Lines.
US Commerce Department hits Bombardier with 219% CSeries duty
Decision blows past Boeing’s requested 80% tariff; Bombardier accuses Boeing of seeking to use a skewed process to stifle competition.
‘America First’ shock and awe hits Bombardier: What’s next in tariff fight?
Ross touts a 48% increase from last year in anti-dumping and countervailing cases initiated by the US Department of Commerce.
US Commerce Department set to rule on Boeing, Bombardier dogfight
Case could not only endanger Bombardier’s deal with Delta and hinder future sales in the US.
US trade commission to continue investigating Boeing case against Bombardier
Boeing alleges that subsidies given to Bombardier have allowed it to dump its CSeries planes at well below cost.
Pittsburgh-area company to plead in Chinese electrodes case
A two-count criminal complaint suggests the company was importing the electrodes, but lying about their size.
US confirms tariff in spat over Canadian coated paper
Claims producers received countervailable subsidies from to 20.18%.
Orders for long lasting US factory goods fall sharply
Demand for commercial aircraft plummeted and businesses spent less on computers and electrical equipment.
China rejects US solar panel tariffs as protectionism
Chinese accuse US of trade friction in new energy.
US grants Whirlpool request to impose duties on washing machines from South Korea, Mexico
Samsung and LG accused of dumping imported machines, illegal under US trade law.