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New U.S. trade report predicts modest economic gains from new NAFTA

New U.S. trade report predicts modest economic gains from new NAFTA

The Canadian Press via National Post, CTV News April 18, 2019. Mike Blanchfield OTTAWA — With Washington riveted to the Mueller report, a comprehensive economic assessment of the new North American free trade deal quietly emerged Thursday, predicting less-than-stellar economic gains [...]

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New U.S. trade report predicts modest economic gains from new NAFTA

New U.S. trade report predicts modest economic gains from new NAFTA

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‘It’s just a report’: U.S. business groups play down coming analysis of new NAFTA deal

‘It’s just a report’: U.S. business groups play down coming analysis of new NAFTA deal

Daniel Dale, Toronto Star, Washington Bureau Chief Thursday, April 4, 2019 WASHINGTON—A coalition of businesses pushing Congress to approve the new trade deal with Canada and Mexico says the public shouldn’t put too much stock in this month’s official estimate [...]

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‘It’s just a report’: U.S. business groups play down coming analysis of new NAFTA deal

‘It’s just a report’: U.S. business groups play down coming analysis of new NAFTA deal

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Freeland says Canada won’t reopen USMCA trade talks to address Democrat demands

Freeland says Canada won’t reopen USMCA trade talks to address Democrat demands

Adrian Morrow, Globe and Mail April 4th, 2019 Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada will not reopen trade talks to satisfy the demands of congressional Democrats, putting further pressure on the ratification process of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement. President Donald [...]

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Freeland says Canada won’t reopen USMCA trade talks to address Democrat demands

Freeland says Canada won’t reopen USMCA trade talks to address Democrat demands

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Canadian ambassador to U.S. expects Trump will lift steel, aluminum tariffs in ‘next few weeks’

Adrian Morrow, The Globe and Mail February 21, 2019 Ottawa’s ambassador to the United States says he is confident the Trump administration will lift tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum in “the next few weeks.” Ambassador David MacNaughton told a [...]

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Canadian ambassador to U.S. expects Trump will lift steel, aluminum tariffs in ‘next few weeks’

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‘Enormous economic harm’: Auto tariffs would add to pain of other trade measures, report says

Center for Automotive Research study details ‘profoundly negative’ price hikes, job losses — 90% attributable to tariffs Naomi Powell, Financial Post February 15, 2019 U.S. tariffs on auto imports would compound the pain of other recent trade measures, with the [...]

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‘Enormous economic harm’: Auto tariffs would add to pain of other trade measures, report says

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‘Long overdue’: Unifor standing behind 25,000 Mexican auto workers who’ve walked off the job

Unifor is currently campaigning against the movement of auto production to Mexico following GM’s announced plant closure in Oshawa Unifor National President Jerry Dias speaks at rally in Oshawa last month. This week he said Unifor plans to reach out [...]

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‘Long overdue’: Unifor standing behind 25,000 Mexican auto workers who’ve walked off the job

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