WTO sides against U.S. over its tariffs on Canadian paper

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GENEVA (Reuters) - World Trade Organization arbiters sided against the United States on Thursday over duties it had applied on Canadian paper in one of the final verdicts of the WTO’s appeals body.

Canada had in 2016 challenged U.S. duties applied to Canadian exports of “supercalendered” paper, which is used in glossy magazines and catalogs. A WTO panel in July 2018 had largely backed Canada’s claim, prompting a U.S. appeal.


Source: Reuters


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