U.S. officials say WTO rules disproportionately advantage other countries.
Besides reducing their trade and investment linkages, foreign businesses may also reduce their reliance on the U.S. dollar.
In 2018, China imported almost US$5.4 billion of crude oil from the U.S.
Nothing says “USA” quite like a Ford Mustang—except perhaps a Toyota Camry.
If Canadians were free to import from the U.S. without paying tariffs, a frozen turkey would cost 15 per cent less.
The Democratic takeover of the House likely won’t affect U.S. tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum exports.
Trade is good for both countries, but not everyone in both countries benefits from trade.
This China clause has been portrayed as a humiliating imposition on Canadian sovereignty.
Canada’s supply management system will largely remain intact, to the disadvantage of Canadian consumers.
Dairy farmers in Canada benefit from high prices delivered by supply management.