Retroactive softwood lumber duties hit bulk of Canadian producers

Hundreds of Canadian sawmills, already hit by new U.S. tariffs for fresh shipments of softwood lumber, must shoulder the additional burden of paying duties retroactive to late January.

Preliminary countervailing duties for new Canadian exports of lumber, averaging nearly 20 per cent, took effect on Friday.

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