Seeking Common Ground: Canada-U.S. Trade Dispute Settlement Policies in the Nineties

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Appendix Table 2.1: United States Section 332 Investigations Involving Canada: 1980-1993
Year Investigation
Number
ITC Pub.
Number
Subject Possible Trade Effect on
Canada in Subject Area
1982 332-134 1241 Conditions Relating to the Importation of
Softwood Lumber into the United States
Yes: CVD Actions
1982 332-140 1282 The Competitive Status of Major Supply Regions for
Fall-harvested Fresh White or Irish Potatoes
in Selected Markets
Yes: AD Action
1983 332-169 1522 Competitive Conditions Relating to the Importation of
Industrial Molds into the United States from Canada
Yes: AD Action
1984 332-137 1622 Conditions of Competition Affecting the Northeastern U.S.
Groundfish and Scallop Industries in Selected Markets
Yes: CVD Actions
1984 332-186 1615 Conditions of Competition Between the U.S.
and Canadian Live Swine and Pork Industries
Yes: CVD Actions
1985 332-162 1632 Foreign Industrial Targeting and its Effects on U.S. Industries
- Phase III: Brazil, Canada, Republic of Korea, Mexico
and Taiwan
Unknown
1985 332-196 Confidential Probable Economic Effect of Providing Duty-Free Treatment
For Selected Imports from Canada
Toward the FTA
1985 332-210 1765 Conditions Relating to the Importation of
Softwood Lumber into the United States
Yes: CVD Actions
(continues)

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