With Canada’s current unemployment rate of 7.1 per cent, there’s more slack in the Canadian labour market than in the U.S.
Canadian Perspectives on the U.S.
Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) the quality of health insurance plans in the United States has gone down, while premiums have gone way up.
Canadian health-care bureaucrats will likely be asked to explain Canada’s single-payer system to U.S. campaigns.
U.S. regulations blew up "inversion" merger between Pfizer and Allergan.
Growth of U.S. government spending and borrowing might crowd out private-sector investment in the U.S. from Canada.
Canada, heavily dependent on trade with the U.S., likely stands to lose if campaign hostility towards free trade becomes a reality.
If governments eliminated corporate taxes, they'd eliminate the double taxation of corporate profits.
An expansion in the number of H-1B visas available in the U.S. could affect the supply of skilled immigrants available to other countries, including Canada.
Investing abroad makes home-country companies more efficient, thereby enabling those companies to grow faster than they otherwise would.
Agreement does not guarantee adequate protection of intellectual property in biologic medicines.
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