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The top agricultural officials for the U.S. and Canada did their best to patch up their nations’ trade relationship Friday, mere days after President Donald Trump publicly blasted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the G7 summit for Ottawa’s tight restrictions on its dairy sector.
An Indiana federal court ordered Wells Fargo and a Brazilian guarantor Friday to pay more than $2.5 million plus interest and attorneys’ fees to their lender after the two defaulted on a $6 million loan.
President Donald Trump’s decision to impose punitive tariffs on Chinese technology in a squabble over intellectual property policy arrived with a wrinkle as the administration primed one set of duties for July while keeping another batch for the future, adding a new layer of intrigue to the sprawling trade fight.
The Federal Circuit declined Friday to spare Canadian producers from safeguard tariffs imposed on solar products, finding in a precedential opinion that the solar panel companies challenging the tariffs were not likely to ultimately succeed in court.
The U.S. Department of Commerce on Friday partially turned down a group of domestic garlic farmers’ request for review of anti-dumping duties on fresh garlic imported from China, standing by an earlier decision to rescind a review for several Chinese garlic exporters.