CANADA/USA: WTO panel to hear US-Canada wheat dispute
A World Trade Organisation disputes panel will hear a case brought by the United States against Canada over collective marketing systems for wheat and grain, operated by the Canadian Wheat Board. Washington alleges that by granting it exclusive rights to purchase and sell western Canadian wheat for human consumption, Ottawa has broken the WTO's GATT agreement and its TRIMS (Trade-Related Investment Measures) agreement.
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