April 30, 2018

Canadian Government Will Track Aluminum, Steel Imports And Allocate More To Prevent Dumping

The Canadian government announced that it will allocate an additional $30 million over five years to try to prevent cheap foreign steel and aluminum from entering the country. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the funding would ensure “Canadian trade enforcement agencies have the resources they need to defend the competitiveness of our businesses and our important North American trading relationships.”

As part of the effort, the Canada Border Services Agency will gather more accurate data on imports “to help better monitor trade trends and better protect our industries and workers against unfair trade.”