supply management

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Canada’s supply management systems impose tariffs of up to 300 per cent on above-quota imports.


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Trudeau government should concede on key NAFTA issues for the benefit of most Canadians

Dairy farmers in Canada benefit from high prices delivered by supply management.


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When the Australian market was deregulated in 2000, the average price farmers received for raw milk almost doubled.


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Canada's trade hurdle—it’s all about supply management

Canada has less leverage with U.S. negotiators now than before the U.S.-Mexico deal.


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In renegotiating NAFTA, President Trump wants to end Canada’s supply management system.


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NAFTA negotiations—Canada should not object to increased domestic competition

Eliminating restrictive dairy industry protections could lower dairy costs for Canadians by up to 40 per cent.


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No normal person pays close attention to who is “in” or “out” as finance minister, and that’s a good thing. It means the politician in question has avoided messing up the lives of ordinary Canadians. Still, their actions can and do matter, for better or worse.


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As a publicity stunt, the recent New Democratic Party proposal to limit withdrawal fees at some automated teller machines (ATMs) at fifty cents worked well. But getting publicity for an idea, including a poor one, is one thing; getting attention to useful reforms that will greatly benefit consumers is quite another. The ATM idea is a good example of the former and not the latter.