U.S. senators push for delay to June 1 CUSMA start date, citing coronavirus pandemic

"Even absent the pandemic, a June 1 deadline would be highly aggressive, and raises questions as to whether businesses have the information they need to adjust to the new rules and comply by that date," the senators wrote.

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