COOL report delayed to allow for translation

October 26, 2015

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COOL report delayed to allow for translation

The final report from the World Trade Organization concerning country-of-origin labeling retaliation is being delayed to allow for additional time to translate the report into multiple languages.

The report was originally to be released on Nov. 27, and now is expected sometime in early December. The report will indicate the level of retaliatory tariffs Canada and Mexico will be able to impose on various U.S. products. Canada and Mexico are requesting a total of $3.1 billion while the United States has argued it should only be $91 million. 

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