Dim hopes for Trans-Pacific Partnership deal this year, largely due to stalemate between U.S., Japan
Many Republicans asked about post-election plans mentioned Keystone XL as a top priority for the next Congress
According to a government release, the deal is expected to increase Canadian exports to South Korea by 32 per cent and expand the economy by $1.7 billion
“It’s a trade of cars for pigs and cows,” said UNIFOR economist Jim Stanford, who said the fed’s willingness to sacrifice autos for gains in agriculture is “…all about the government’s political base in the West.”
The keynote speaker opening CMTS 2013 says its high time we start protecting our best economic player.
Fraser Institute study says agreement would help move Canada away from its dependence on U.S.
The Asia-Pacific Foundation of Canada has formulated a detailed plan to avoid recent global economic weakness and leverage Canada’s capabilities in Asia