Canada: Trump is wrong when he says dairy practices unfair

Canada: Trump is wrong when he says dairy practices unfair

Canada: Trump is wrong when he says dairy practices unfair

"Dairy farmers should not have their businesses ruined and lives upended as a result of this unfair trade practice".

Mr. Trump also signed an executive order tightening federal exemptions to "Buy American" policies, which compel the government to use the services of US instead of foreign firms.

"I don't expect there would be many countries that would do anything other than support a WTO action against Canada", said Australian Dairy Farmers interim Chief Executive Officer John McQueen in a telephone call.

"So the Americans are not suffering from the current terms of NAFTA and existing trade agreements". They traveled recently to Mexico City with the U.S. Daily Export Council to reinforce its commitment to the country.

But she said the Buy American push could have some positive impacts on B.C. The policies target exports of ultra-filtered milk. The order also specifically promises to bolster American steel, which could affect cross-border infrastructure projects.

Last week, U.S. Sens. "They depend on access to Canadian inputs, whether they're services or manufactured products or commodities", said Lawrence Herman, an global trade lawyer based in Toronto.

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A spokesman for Dairy Farmers of Canada says they don't feel good about US farms going out of business, but added it's not their responsibility and instead up to the U.S.to manage their own production. "It's corn and soy also that go down there so our huge trading partner and we need that market". Canadians have rebuked those claims, arguing the United States produces too much milk in a global market already saturated with it. "It's a awful thing that happened to the farmers of Wisconsin".

Specific trade spats such as that one, along with more systemic complaints such as supply management, may come up during NAFTA negotiations. "Further communications with the Canadian government will broaden his perspective". In February - and after months of warnings from NY and federal lawmakers - Canada moved forward with a policy that makes it more hard for US dairy producers to sell their products across the border.

They also asked President Trump to direct USA agencies to "examine a full range of tools that could be used immediately to impress upon Canada in a concrete way the importance of dependable two-way trade".

So, Scott, you and Ron and myself and Paul and everybody else - we're going to get together and we're going to call Canada and we're going to say, "What happened?"

The National Post reported at the end of March the Liberal cabinet is considering retaliatory measures.

After years of American farmers sending their ultra-filtered milk north of the border without being subject to tariffs, Ontario dairy farmers agreed last year to sell ultra-filtered milk to Canadian processors, such as Saputo Inc. and Parmalat Canada Inc., at prices competitive with worldwide rates.

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