5 scenarios for Canadian dairy in NAFTA 2.0 talks

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The three NAFTA partners are reportedly making progress on a deal around auto-content rules, meaning we could see a change in focus to the remaining issues, which includes Canadian market access for U.S. dairy products. There’s plenty of speculation about what the ultimate compromise required to get a deal done will be, but we can narrow it down to five possible scenarios based on our conversations and observations over the last 12 months: The removal of Canada’s Class 7 pricing: Originally implemented in 2017 to close a loophole that enabled increasing diafiltered milk imports from the U.S., Class 7 has…

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