bilateral trade

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Ottawa should refocus on Canada’s largest trading partner

The dominance of the U.S. in Canada’s international trade flows reflects the importance of physical distance on trade patterns.

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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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China sees trade as tool of state policy, diplomatic weapon

Someone should ask Ambassador Peiwu how much property Canadians own in China.

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Protectionism on the rise as NAFTA talks stall

Like President Trump, President Obrador believes protecting jobs challenged by international trade is a key responsibility of his position.

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The WTO has become a key player in a high-stakes international poker game.

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Recent U.S. actions underscore how difficult it is to negotiate a free trade agreement with a U.S. administration that believes in managed trade.

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Under the Trump administration’s “America First” policy, there likely will be more trade complaints initiated by U.S.-based companies.