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The Biden administration—what’s it mean for Canada?

Canadian construction companies with affiliates in the U.S. might benefit from U.S. infrastructure spending.

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Trump’s TikTok move sends clear warning to Canadian companies

The Trump administration has repeatedly promoted mercantilist industrial policy.

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USMCA will stunt potentially lifesaving innovation

Breakthrough medicines take an average of 10 to 15 years of research and development—and $2.6 billion—before reaching market.

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Canada needs more major trading partners beyond China and the U.S.

China still only represents five per cent of our exports.

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Canada can’t escape Trump administration’s war on trade

The president slapped tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum exports during USMCA negotiations.

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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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Canada’s trade deficit with the world widened from C$6.4 billion in the first quarter of 2016 to a record C$10.7 billion.

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Canada remains the United States’ largest export market accounting for almost 19 per cent of U.S. exports, while China accounts for only 7.4 per cent of total U.S. exports.