CITT Recommends Drywall Tariffs Be Dropped to 43 Per Cent

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) ruled this month that drywall products imported from the U.S. have injured the Canadian construction industry. But much lower tariffs and a break for those in fixed-priced contracts is being recommended. “The CCA is pleased that the panel has recognized that the imposition of a duty did create a hardship on our members working under fixed-price contracts and they have recommended a solution which we hope government adopts,” said Bill Ferreira, CCA vice-president of government relations and public affairs. Read more