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Trudeau said at a news conference near Ottawa that his government remained in touch with US officials at the summit scheduled for July 8-9. The summit aims to celebrate the newly implemented “U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.”
“Obviously, we are concerned about the recent tariffs on aluminum and steel floating among Americans. We are also concerned that health conditions and the reality of coronavirus still haunt our three countries,” he said.
Trudeau later pointed out that the dialogue with US officials included discussions on the status of the coronavirus outbreak, which has worsened in recent weeks.
When the news was released, there were reports that the United States was putting pressure on Canada to impose quota restrictions on its aluminum exports, otherwise it would face the risk of re-imposing 10% tariffs.
Washington imposes tariffs on steel and aluminum on the grounds of national security, and then cancels the tariffs in 2019, on the condition that these tariffs can be reintroduced, “If the import of aluminum or steel products significantly exceeds the historical trade volume within a certain period, it can be adopted.” .
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Trudeau warned against imposing tariffs on Canadian exports, saying the tariffs may eventually hurt US manufacturers.
“We have obviously heard American contemplation and proposals. [that] Maybe more tariffs on aluminum are needed,” he said on Monday. “We simply emphasize that the United States needs Canadian aluminum. Their aluminum production is insufficient to meet the domestic manufacturing needs of the United States. “