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'Business as usual': Companies optimistic about exports despite coming NAFTA clash, says EDC

Canadian companies are feeling optimistic when it comes to trade, according to a new report from Export Development Canada, despite some concerns about the rise of global protectionism and ramped up anti-trade rhetoric south of the border. 509 more words


Terry Glavin: The Liberal government has become a pro-China propaganda machine

You’ve really got to hand it to the creepy China-trade lobbyists, deal-makers and sycophants who have so successfully insinuated themselves into federal Liberal power circles and the upper echelons of the foreign affairs bureaucracy over the years. 1,165 more words

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Trade flows: animated infographic

Written by Krisztina Binder, Laura Puccio, Giulio Sabbati.

‘Every man lives by exchanging’, said philosopher and economist Adam Smith in the late 18th century. Indeed, trade has historically played a significant role in a country’s economy. 863 more words

International Relations

Premier Philippe Couillard prepares to tackle trade on trip to Washington

Canadian-U.S. business relations will be at the heart of Premier Philippe Couillard’s visit to Washington, D.C., on Monday.

While accompanied by Jean-Claude Lauzon, Quebec’s delegate general in New York, Couillard will meet with a series of U.S. 439 more words

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Trump's Wilsonian Presidency

It is hard to find comparison’s in American history for the first 147-days of the Trump Presidency.  It is, however, decidedly Wilsonian.  Woodrow Wilson, the former Princeton University President and great internationalist, you ask?   440 more words


US Textile and Apparel Industry Associations Comment on NAFTA Renegotiation

This week, several leading U.S. textile and apparel industry associations submitted their comments to the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) regarding the renegotiation objectives of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). 57 more words

International Trade