Canada cuts $32 million in tariffs on manufacturers

11/27/2011 | Calgary Herald (Alberta)

Canada has eliminated 70 tariffs, a move expected to save manufacturers about $32 million a year and make it easier for them to compete both at home and abroad, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said Sunday. "Some of these old-fashioned tariffs get in the way so we’re getting rid of them.”

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