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Many U.S. pipelines, such as this Dakota Access construction project in North Dakota, use steel pipe made in Canada. (JOSH MORGAN/REUTERS)
Many U.S. pipelines, such as this Dakota Access construction project in North Dakota, use steel pipe made in Canada. (JOSH MORGAN/REUTERS)

Canada gives Trump administration warning on pipeline exclusion Add to ...

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Canada is warning the Trump administration that a Buy American requirement for new oil and gas pipelines would break international trade law and hurt business on both sides of the border.

In a letter to the American Department of Commerce, Canada’s embassy in Washington suggests Ottawa could retaliate if the U.S. follows through on the plan.

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