Softwood Lumber Agreement

As Trump Takes Office, Canada Worries About Future of Softwood Lumber Trade with U.S.
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As Trump Takes Office, Canada Worries About Future of Softwood Lumber Trade with U.S.

British Columbia, which supplies half of Canada’s softwood-lumber exports to the... More

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USITC to Continue Investigations on Canadian Softwood Lumber Imports

Commission will provide two separate reports after its investigation More

Feds Likely to Rule by Jan. 9 on Softwood Lumber Probe
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Feds Likely to Rule by Jan. 9 on Softwood Lumber Probe

Department of Commerce will be launching the investigation jointly with the ITC More

U.S. Lumber Coalition Files Petition to Impose Duties on Canadian Softwood Lumber Imports
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U.S. Lumber Coalition Files Petition to Impose Duties on Canadian Softwood Lumber Imports

The organization feels the Canadian imports have harmed the domestic market More

What Could a Trump Presidency Mean for the Softwood Lumber Agreement?
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What Could a Trump Presidency Mean for the Softwood Lumber Agreement?

NAHB and Canadian officials have opposing views More

Two Ways to Settle the U.S. and Canada's Softwood Lumber Dispute
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Two Ways to Settle the U.S. and Canada's Softwood Lumber Dispute

Canadians holding their breath for U.S. Lumber Coalition to launch legal battle More

NLBMDA Calls for a New Softwood Lumber Agreement
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NLBMDA Calls for a New Softwood Lumber Agreement

Its update includes the history of the dispute More

Canadian Officials Take a Stand On Softwood Lumber Talks
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Canadian Officials Take a Stand On Softwood Lumber Talks

Financial services industry urges Congress to get on with TPP — U.S., Argentina... More

Rally the Troops: The Softwood Lumber War is Back
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Rally the Troops: The Softwood Lumber War is Back

The chances of an early lumber truce are somewhere between slim and none – and I... More

Canada Preparing for WTO Fight Over Softwood Lumber
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Canada Preparing for WTO Fight Over Softwood Lumber

Country will continue to pursue deal with U.S., but is prepared to go to the World... More

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