Canada has agreed to drop a decades-old trade dispute against the European Union's restriction of beef imports thanks to terms in the recently enacted Canada-EU trade agreement.
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Small business optimism in Canada has dropped for the fourth month in a row, according to the latest Business Barometer® survey, released ...by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB).
The Trump administration's decision to hammer Bombardier with a 220 per cent tariff on its CSeries jets is threatening to crank up tensions in the renegotiation of the North American free-trade agreement and devolve into a blow-for-blow battle between Canada and its largest trading partner.
...solid progress is being made in talks to rewrite the NAFTA, but it’s too soon to tell if a deal can be reached by the year-end deadline set by the United States, [Steve Verheul said Sunday as negotiators wrapped up the second day of talks in the third round of negotiations.]
With NAFTA Round 3 starting this weekend in Ottawa, good news is hard to come by.
As we swing into the fall, exporters have a lot of issues to wrestle with. Top of the list is concern about the state of global trade, and the popular backlash to globalization.
After an intense round of talks in Mexico, NAFTA negotiations are set to advance to a third round in Ottawa later this month.
Negotiators have run into a series of early sticking points on nearly every major element considered key to achieving a new NAFTA agreement, The Canadian Press has learned.
A second round of NAFTA negotiations gets underway Friday in a country that has long served as Donald Trump's political whipping boy. Increasingly, there are indications Mexico is willing to whip back.
Trade negotiators plan to take small steps forward in a second round of talks to rework the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) this weekend, trying to ignore daily threats from U.S. President Donald Trump to tear it up if he does not get his way.