OPINION: Softwood lumber dispute is bad for consumers and producers

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Article content The Canadian softwood lumber dispute with the United States, which has been dragging on now for some forty years, is long overdue for a resolution. In spite of setbacks before WTO and NAFTA tribunals, accusations of subsidized production from American decision-makers and producers continue. Article content This has notably led to the imposition…

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