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Official: ‘Revived’ U.S.-Canada regulatory forum will help ease trade

March 15, 2024 at 5:59 PM
A top Canadian official is spearheading an effort to revive a dormant U.S.-Canada council for regulatory cooperation, she tells Inside U.S. Trade , calling it an “ideal forum” to address trade irritants before they devolve into disputes. The U.S.-Canada Regulatory Cooperation Council, established in 2011 under the Obama and Stephen Harper administrations, “provides a forum for stakeholders, including industry, consumers, and non-government organizations, to discuss regulatory barriers and identify opportunities for regulatory cooperation between the United States and Canada,” according...

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