New U.S. trade shot: Duties weighed on pipe product from Canada and elsewhere

WASHINGTON -- It's the latest incoming trade salvo from the United States: the U.S. is considering punitive duties on pipeline material from a half-dozen countries including Canada.

The duties being sought for large-diameter welded pipe from Canada are more than 50 per cent.

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