Trade Feud Leaves Hangover

The close of a costly seven-year trade dispute on meat exports to the U.S. has yet to see Canadian producers on the path to recovery, industry executives say. Trade groups estimate they suffered more than $6 billion in lost sales and some $5 million in legal fees in overturning a U.S. regulation on labeling: “They’re still being cautious”.

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