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    :: Friday, May 27, 2005 ::

    NAFTA rules again in Canada's favour - Canadian Press
    The forest industry and federal government Tuesday welcomed the latest trade ruling they say reinforces Canada's case in its softwood lumber battle with the United States.

    In a ruling Monday, a dispute-settlement panel set up under the North American Free Trade Agreement once again rejected some of the U.S. calculations used to levy countervailing duties against Canadian lumber exports.

    Ottawa, lumber sector laud latest NAFTA ruling on softwood lumber trade war - CBC News
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