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A five-member NAFTA panel ruled there was no evidence Canadian imports were causing injury to the U.S. softwood lumber industry, Canada’s National Observer reports. The panel gave the U.S. International Trade Commission three months to reconsider the evidence it used to conclude the Canadian industry was causing harm to U.S. lumber and rethink its tariffs on imported Canadian softwood lumber. One of the primary pieces of evidence used by the NAFTA panel was the U.S. softwood industry is in the midst of its most profitable period ever.

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