A growing tariff war between the U.S. and other nations spread to Canada earlier this week, and our northern neighbors are retaliating by placing surtaxes on a variety of American products.
In response to President Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from north of the border, Canada announced it intends to impose surtaxes on those items and more, including ketchup, pizza, orange juice, whiskey, plywood and beer kegs.It's unclear how th
The U.S. exported 4.8 million metric tons of steel to Canada last year, according to the International Trade Administration, the most by far from another nation. A lion's share of that will now be subject to a 25-cent surtax.
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