New tariffs would drive up prices, Canada's retailers say

Canada's proposed new federal budget cuts tariffs on some imported goods but raises them on other products imported from 72 countries, a move that would raise prices for consumers, retailers say. "Canadians have complained about prices being higher in Canada. We think it is important that the government work with retailers and importers to lower duties," said Danier Leather CEO Jeffrey Wortsman.

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