Canada sees potential for ‘movement’ on U.S. lumber dispute

Canada sees potential for ‘movement’ on U.S. lumber dispute
    Canada sees the potential for some movement toward settling a longstanding dispute with the United States over softwood lumber tariffs as the cost of building materials spikes south of the border, adding to four-decade high inflation.    "Given what we are facing around inflationary concerns... this is an issue that we could actually find some movement on," Canada's International Trade Minister Mary Ng said in a telephone interview on Friday.    Ng was due to meet with U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai later in the day. The ...

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