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Response to docgee (Reply #1)

Thu Jul 26, 2018, 12:41 PM

7. And Maine soon. Will be devestating, it benefit Canada enourmously.

Potentially making matters worse for U.S. dealers is that they might not benefit from elimination of the existing 20 percent and 25 percent lobster tariffs that China had planned to roll back at the end of the month. If the new tariff is implemented, and the old tariff remains on U.S. lobster but is rolled back for Canada, Maine lobstermen will be at a 45 percent price disadvantage with Canada on the very same product, Tselikis said.

https://www.pressherald.com/2018/06/19/chinas-proposed-tariff-on-u-s-lobster-has-maine-industry-on-edge/

On the other hand all that excess lobster means good cheap eats for me,...LOVE lobster.

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