Canada’s Freeland Blames U.S. Protectionism for Lumber DisputeBy
No deal before October deadline could trigger U.S. tariffs
Deteriorating mood over trade also complicates EU trade hopes
Canadian Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland said growing protectionist sentiment in the U.S. risks escalating a trade dispute between the countries over softwood lumber.
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