Go to the Globe and Mail homepage

Jump to main navigationJump to main content

AdChoices
A client selects planks at a lumber yard in Montreal in April. The U.S. plans to impose significant duties of up to 24 per cent on lumber imports. (Paul Chiasson/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
A client selects planks at a lumber yard in Montreal in April. The U.S. plans to impose significant duties of up to 24 per cent on lumber imports. (Paul Chiasson/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Softwood lumber producers face added duties from U.S. Add to ...

Subscribers Only

The United States is expected this week to announce an anti-dumping duty of 10 per cent against Canadian lumber producers for allegedly undervaluing softwood, a move that would raise the overall punitive rate to nearly 30 per cent.

In April, the U.S. Department of Commerce imposed a countervailing duty of 19.88 per cent that hit most Canadian lumber producers.

Report Typo/Error

Follow on Twitter: @brentcjang

Also on The Globe and Mail

Softwood aid package ‘prudent’: Natural resources minister (The Canadian Press)

Next story

loading

Trending

loading

Most popular videos »

More from The Globe and Mail

Most popular