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    :: Tuesday, March 21, 2006 ::

    Canada wins another round in softwood battle with U.S. - CBC News
    "This is a huge victory for Canada," John Allan, president of the the B.C. Lumber Trade Council, said in a release.

    "This is the second NAFTA panel comprised of a majority of Americans to have unanimously ruled that there is no merit to the U.S. allegations, first regarding injury, and now regarding subsidy."
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    Another NAFTA Loss Should End Illegal Canadian Lumber Duties; Consumers Urge Commerce Department to Comply with Agreement - PRNewswire
    'It is clearly time for the U.S. to honor its treaty agreement with Canada, and to end these illegal duties that continue to harm American consumers,' Susan Petniunas, spokesperson for American Consumers for Affordable Homes, an alliance of 17 organizations that represent more than 95 percent of lumber consumption in the U.S.
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