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Our most-read: Focusing on what USMCA has that NAFTA didn't have

October 10, 2018 at 10:39 AM
Plus: Lighthizer reactions to early criticism. Canada gives on dairy, gets some auto tariff protection . Canada agreed to scrap its Class 7 dairy pricing plan, long an irritant for U.S. dairy farmers, but reached an accommodation with the Trump administration that would provide some degree of insulation against auto-import tariffs should the U.S. proceed to implement its threatened Section 232 levies. The two components helped facilitate Canadian agreement to proceed with the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada pact. Relief from Section 232...


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