Tag Archives: Canada

President Trump is Expected to Terminate NAFTA Following Agreement in Principle with Mexico

On Monday, August 27, President Trump announced that he intends to terminate NAFTA if discussions with Canada are not finalized by the end of the week.  This news follows the successful negotiation of an agreement in principle for trade between the U.S. and Mexico.  While, according to the USTR, the agreement provides the “most comprehensive … Continue Reading

Canada Challenges Certain United States Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Measures

On January 10, 2018, Canada circulated to WTO members a request for consultations challenging several aspects of the United States antidumping and countervailing proceedings. The request for consultation is available on the WTO’s website and can be found here. In particular, Canada challenges: the way in which the U.S. Department of Commerce refunds cash deposits … Continue Reading

Date Set for Provisional Application of EU-Canada Trade Agreement

Canada and the European Union have announced that September 21st will be the date that the provisional application of Comprehensive and Economic and Trade Agreement (“CETA”) will come into effect. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and EU president Jean-Claude Juncker issued the statement after the G20 Summit on July 8th.  The agreement will be “provisionally” applied … Continue Reading
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