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OTTAWA – The Trudeau authorities has requested for a NAFTA overview of a Trump administration tariff on photo voltaic panels, saying the 30 per cent cost is illegitimate and unfair.


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Global Affairs Canada says the tariffs have harm employees within the clear vitality sector on each side of the border.

The request for a overview beneath NAFTA’s chapter 20 provision comes sooner or later after Mexico’s president-elect publicized a letter to U.S. President Donald Trump calling for a reboot of the talks in the direction of a brand new three-way continental commerce pact.

The North American Free Trade Agreement renegotiation has been on maintain since late spring due to the July 1 Mexican presidential election that can see Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador sworn on this coming December.

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Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland, Finance Minister Bill Morneau and International Trade Minister Jim Carr journey to Mexico City this week to fulfill the incoming Mexican chief, a session that comes one week after Trump mused about separate offers with Canada and Mexico.

Freeland says the photo voltaic panel tariff is a violation of NAFTA guidelines and was imposed regardless that the United States International Trade Commission decided imports from Canada weren’t hurting the U.S. economic system.

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