Court halts pay of Canada lumber duty to US firms

Don’t you just love it when one part of the government slaps an injunction on another part?

And why do injunctions slap anyways?

Yahoo News
The U.S. Court of International Law slapped an injunction on the United States government preventing it from handing over any more duties from Canadian softwood lumber imports to U.S. industry competitors.

The Court of International Law ruled in April that by paying softwood duties from Canadian companies to U.S. ones, the United States had violated part of the North American Free Trade Agreement implementation Act.

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