American firms smell blood in the trade waters

The U.S. Commerce Department ruled that Montreal-based Bombardier sold planes to Delta Airlines below the cost of production.

William Watson: Brexit—Britain opts for the Canadian model

I’ve never understood why countries should have to form unions in order to trade freely with each other.

Memo to politicians: Imitate the Fathers of Confederation

Back in Canada’s pre-Confederation days, one selling point for uniting the then-disparate British provinces was to drop existing barriers to commerce. The hope was for a country with a free-flow of trade and services in which all could potentially prosper.
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