Canada recently took its hardest tone yet with the U.S. amid the danger of an electric vehicle tax credit by threatening tariffs and the suspension of CUSMA concessions.
In a Dec. 10 letter to leading U.S. Senators, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, left, and International Trade Minister Mary Ng, right, threatened possible retaliatory tariffs and the suspension of some trade concessions if a tax credit for electric vehicles is implemented by the U.S. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and file photograph
With Canada threatening the U.S. with retaliatory tariffs and the suspension of some concessions agreed to in the new NAFTA, it’s back to the old playbook for the federal government.
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