U.S.-Canada Lumber Negotiations Continue Past DeadlineBy and
U.S. can file trade cases against Canada as standstill expires
Officials from both countries to meet in Washington this week
Canada and the U.S. pledged to continue negotiations after failing to agree on a softwood lumber trade accord at the end of a 12-month period that allowed tariff-free imports from north of the border.
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