Workers at Bri-Steel Manufacturing, a maker and distributor of steel pipes, in Edmonton, Alberta. As Canada anticipates a surge of steel imports from global producers avoiding US tariffs, the government is said to be planning a package of foreign quotas and tariffs to protect its own steel producers. Photo: Reuters

Canada preparing steel quotas and tariffs on China and other suppliers to ward off dumping following Trump’s trade war

The government hopes to protect against a surge of imports that might come from global producers trying to evade US tariffs

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Workers at Bri-Steel Manufacturing, a maker and distributor of steel pipes, in Edmonton, Alberta. As Canada anticipates a surge of steel imports from global producers avoiding US tariffs, the government is said to be planning a package of foreign quotas and tariffs to protect its own steel producers. Photo: Reuters
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