Donald Trump doesn’t understand the benefits of trade, and Hillary Clinton has criticized trade on the campaign trail.
Canadian Perspectives on the U.S.
U.S. importers and Canadian exporters have a strong shared interest in having the two governments reach a quick and durable settlement.
Canada imposes complete government control over people's access to medically necessary care.
The U.S. has collected billions of dollars from duties imposed on Canadian lumber.
America's place as a world leader in economic freedom has faltered.
Approximately 20 per cent of Canada’s GDP comes from exports to the U.S.
Economist advocates Canadian-style work-life policies as a solution to the current economic malaise in the U.S.
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are favouring the protection of U.S. domestic producers.
Some Americans are ordering EpiPens from so-called “Canadian” Internet pharmacies.
Companies might relocate production capacity from the U.S. to Canada to gain duty-free access to the Chinese domestic market.
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