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Key votes on paper tariffs in August; lawmakers testify at hearing

The United States International Trade Commission will vote Aug. 28 whether to make the U.S. tariffs on Canadian paper imposed by the Trump's administration permanent. The rationale behind the decision will be made public Sept. 17.

The Commerce Department is set to make its final decision on the matter by Aug. 2. If both bodies rule that the tariffs are needed, they will become permanent.

The preliminary tariffs were imposed earlier this year after a petition from the North Paci...

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