Looking for major changes in what he calls a “lopsided’ trade relationship.
Decision blows past Boeing’s requested 80% tariff; Bombardier accuses Boeing of seeking to use a skewed process to stifle competition.
Ross touts a 48% increase from last year in anti-dumping and countervailing cases initiated by the US Department of Commerce.
US wants a specific American content requirement added to the deal, along with a way to verify it.
New Brunswick premier to make the case for continuing an exclusion from additional tariff.
BC premier says talks are ongoing, and close to reaching a market-share agreement.
Trade-offs include higher prices for consumers and manufacturers that rely on steel.
There to discuss softwood lumber, NAFTA and Boeing’s trade complaint against Bombardier.
Quebec premier to focus on issues related to Canada-US business relations.
Commerce secretary says duties on Canadian lumber was based on the facts presented – not political calculations.
Conservative leader takes non-partisan approach, disagrees with go-slow approach.
US Commerce Secretary notes auto parts and digital economy among targets.
Trump’s point man on trade says rules of can be tightened up “quite a bit.”
Who Canadian trade officials have their eyes on as they prepare for negotiations.
Pro “sensible trade” billionaire wants to solidify relationships “in our own territory first.”