It was just a week ago that Donald Trump proclaimed he would be “proud” to shut down the government by Dec. 21 if he didn’t get money from Congress to build the border wall with Mexico he promised voters.
The president has a planned golf vacation that could be postponed by the partial government shutdown he has threatened for months if Congress does not pay for his wall. WASHINGTON — Frustrated that neither
Donald Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs contradict a key component of the new North American trade agreement – the pivotal section on autos – which will ultimately lead to their demise, Foreign Affairs
More than one-third of Canadian exporters say they have been negatively impacted by steel and aluminum tariffs that are affecting Canada-U. S. trade, according to a survey by Export Development Canada.
Give businesses tax breaks to help weather a no-deal Brexit with the £39bn we would no longer pay the EU
On Tuesday the Cabinet stepped up preparations to leave the EU on World Trade Organisation (WTO) terms. That will strengthen the Prime Minister’s final efforts to salvage her Brexit deal, and mitigate
OTTAWA, Dec. 18, 2018 /CNW/ - Canadians expect their government to work with international partners to build a cleaner future. As the Government of Canada builds strong trade relationships, it is firmly