Protectionist barriers to softwood lumber costly for both U.S. and Canada: MEI

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The Canada-U.S. softwood lumber dispute that has lasted some forty years is good for neither country, Montreal Economic Institute (MEI) researchers conclude in a publication launched today. The drop in Canadian production has direct consequences on this country’s forestry industry, and is not offset by the increased production south of the border, which leads to…

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