Canada announces final list of retaliatory tariffs

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At the time, he lamented what he framed as a necessity to strike back at Canada's largest trading partner, and called the US tariffs "an affront" to a country whose soldiers have fought and died alongside Americans.

U.S. aluminium market participants were largely unfazed by the announcement, but a Canadian aluminium supplier told American Metal Market that these tariffs are not expected to disappear any time soon. And at the end of the day, Ujczo added the Trump administration's overarching objective of the talks has been to stop Canada and Mexico from being the back door to North America for Chinese goods, like steel.

The federal government is bracing for a long trade dispute with the US government on steel and aluminum, offering up to $2-billion in financial aid to companies affected by recent USA tariffs on their exports.

She said she expects "common sense will prevail".

Freeland will also reveal the complete, updated list of USA products and industries that Ottawa intends to target with its own barrage of retaliatory tariffs, which go into effect Sunday.

"These retaliatory tariffs underscore the complete hypocrisy that governs so much of the global trading system", he said in a statement, and "do great damage to the multilateral trading system".

The retaliation came as General Motors Co warned that any tariffs Washington might impose on imported vehicles could cost United States jobs, and as Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin denied a report that President Donald Trump wanted to withdraw from the World Trade Organization.

Canada's steel and aluminum industries have made North American steel and aluminum more competitive around the world.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks on June 9 at the conclusion of the G7 summit in La Malbaie, Quebec. She also repeated that Trump's decision to invoke national security to justify the U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum imports was "insulting" to Canadian veterans who had stood by their United States allies in conflicts dating back to World War I. "We just can't accept that that behavior, the bullying, from somebody that is going to affect our country, our jobs, our families' livelihoods on a whim", he says.

Why is Canada imposing these tariffs?

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"I don't think we'll see any reaction from the Trump administration".

Ryder says the USA auto manufacturers have told their government they do not want tariffs.

Freeland called it "the strongest trade action Canada has taken in the postwar era".

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Many of the United States products were chosen for their political rather than economic impact.

"We need to stand up for Alberta businesses, for workers".

In 2017, about $14 billion of steel was traded between Canada and the United States.

Through its strategic innovation fund, Ottawa is also offering up to $250 million in support to reinforce the competitiveness of Canadian manufacturers and strengthen the integration of Canada's steel and aluminum supply chain.

On the campaign trail this week, Mr Trump continued his attacks on Canadian dairy, wheat and duty-free customs allowances for Canadians returning home, saying they were scuffing up brand new shoes in order to sneak them in.

The government also plans to invest $50 million over five years to help firms take full advantage of recent trade agreements, including Canada's deal with the European Union and its membership in the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

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