Canada, U.S. to have bilateral talks on softwood lumber dispute

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OTTAWA, July 8 (Reuters) – 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…

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