Trump’s trade ‘tweaks’ may substantially impact Canadian economy

Prime Minister Trudeau met with President Trump at the White House this week. The meeting was highly anticipated by Canadian officials primarily as an opportunity to lower Canada’s visibility as a target for the president’s ire given his previous characterization of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) as the “worst trade deal ever.”The key takeaway from the meeting, at least for the media, was President Trump’s statement that the United States has a very outstanding trade relationship with Canada and that changes to existing legislation governing trade between the two countries will amount to “tweaking NAFTA.” It was likely

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