The U.S. Department of Commerce announced last week that an
investigation into Canadian pig imports confirmed that live hogs from
north of the border were sold to the U.S. below the U.S. domestic price,
and that Canadian hogs in the future should have a tariff against them
of just over 10 percent.
In its final ruling concerning its countervailing duty investigation,
the agency said Canadian pig producers and hog exporters aren’t being
provided with “count...
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