US-China trade pact signing to ease tension but leaves much undone
Phase 1 pact does little to force China to make the major economic reforms – such as reducing unfair subsidies for its own companies.
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EDC loans cleantech firm $5.9M to help drive its growth
Geosynthetics market worth more than $260 billion by 2023 fuelled by growing number of infrastructure projects in developing economies.
Meat industry groups concerned over China meat import ban, working with government
The ban comes amid a diplomatic dispute over the December arrest of Chinese national, Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.
China hoping Trump-Xi meeting will help bridge difference
The sides are at an impasse after 11 rounds of talks.
Why US-China trade war risks hurting firms in both countries
US companies warn that the additional tariffs would drive up prices for consumers.
Mexico’s ‘dignity intact’ after US tariff deal
Mexican and U.S. officials reached an accord late Friday that calls on Mexico to crackdown on migrants in exchange for Trump backing off his tariff threat.
Trade deficit in April shrank to $966M: Statistics Canada [UPDATED]
Smaller-than-expected deficit came as exports rose 1.3% for the month.
Trudeau, Pence to talk trade, China, abortion in final push to ratify USMCA [UPDATED]
Ongoing softwood lumber dispute and future U.S. plans for tariffs on uranium imports will also be raised in meeting.
EDC chief economist Peter Hall headlining EMC conference
Keynote at Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium’s event will detail the the Crown agency’s Global Export Forecast.
US, China wield threats going into high stakes trade talks
Chinese officials said they will retaliate if Trump goes ahead with more tariff hikes.
China economy czar heading for Washington tariff war talks
The decision to have Vice Premier Liu He take part in talks due to start Thursday might keep alive hopes of a deal.
Saskatchewan premier wants more action against China over canola
Scott Moe says farmers are ready to start putting seed in the ground and more action is needed from the federal government.
Canada looking for new canola customers, pushing China to verify claims: Carr
Feds are pushing China to allow Canadian delegation to visit China to verify complaints that Canadian canola is contaminated with pests.
UK’s May under fire as Parliament returns from Brexit break
Conservative Brexiteers think May should be replaced with a more staunchly pro-Brexit leader.