Both sides turning up the heat while implementing measures to soften the fallout at home.
Kenney has appointed a panel to come up with ways to reduce spending in the budget this fall.
Also cited the federal government’s investments in education and research as reasons for success.
No details regarding the impact on its Canadian workforce, but all North America restructuring to be wrapped up by June.
More than 70 other US products including licorice, coffee, sleeping bags and ketchup.
They’ve suffered shrinking exports since the last half of 2018 due to tariffs in key markets.
Trump is delaying for six months any decision to slap tariffs on foreign cars.
United Steelworkers called removal “good news” but wants stronger measures to protect Canadian steel.
To be removed within two days, Canada to drop all of retaliatory measures and legal actions at the WTO.
US moving off quotas, officials are encouraged but any deal must still get by Trump.
Pressuring Japan and the EU to making concessions in ongoing trade talks.
Sales were up in 12 of 21 industries, representing 56.4% of the sector.
Foreign Affairs minister expressed optimism over incremental progress, but no indication of a resolution close at hand.
Close to an “understanding” about finally lifting the 25% duty on steel and 10% levy on aluminum imports.
Target list released after Beijing announced tariff hikes May 13 on US$60 billion of American goods.