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Chemtura Corporation (“Chemtura”), a United States agricultural pesticide products manufacturer, alleges that the Government of Canada, through its Pest Management Regulatory Agency (the “PMRA”), wrongfully terminated its pesticide business in lindane-based products, which are used on canola/rapeseed, mustard seed and cole crops to control flea beetle infestations, and on cereal crops to control wireworm. Chemtura alleges NAFTA violations of Article 1105 (minimum standard of treatment) and Article 1110 (expropriation).
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U.S. 1128 Submission
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