Canada’s softwood lumber industry wants the Biden administration to refund billions of dollars that companies have paid since 2017 to cover anti-dumping and countervailing duties. “It’s our money,” British Columbia Lumber Trade Council President Susan Yurkovich told POLITICO. Like other industry lobbyists, she contends the tariffs were unwarranted and should never have been imposed. But any reimbursement would likely come as part of a broader agreement on softwood lumber between the U.S. and Canada. Canada has repeatedly asked the U.S. to come to ...
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