NAFTA

President Trump Meets With Steel And Aluminum Manufacturing Industry Leaders Announcing New Tariffs

Why Canada can’t win a trade war with the U.S.

Opinion: We shouldn’t be surprised to see the federal government utterly unprepared for Washington’s wrath towards its trading partners
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What we can learn from a disastrous 1930 U.S. tariff on Canadian goods

As Donald Trump threatens tariffs on steel and aluminum, policymakers should look to history and take heed of the Smoot-Hawley Act’s cautionary tale
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh and Paul Wells in conversation at the Maclean's Live event at Ottawa's National Arts Centre on February 8, 2018

Maclean’s Live with Jagmeet Singh: Six key economic takeaways

The NDP leader on NAFTA, deficits, jobs and more
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On NAFTA, Ottawa struggles to keep its fragile peace

Parliament is mostly on the same page when it comes to NAFTA, but a new report reveals exactly where the parties agree—and differ—on the best way forward
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Brian Mulroney: Anyone expressing fear and anger over NAFTA is ’uninformed’

Ahead of Trump’s speech to Congress, Mulroney struck a mostly optimistic tone about NAFTA in testimony to the Senate foreign relations committee, writes Allen Abel
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Brian Mulroney testifies on NAFTA at the U.S. Senate: Video

The prime minister who negotiated the Canada-U.S. free trade deal talks about the importance of the continental economy
President Trump Visits Equipment Manufacturing Plant In Pennsylvania

If Trump kills NAFTA, it could hit America’s Rust Belt hard

Canada depends heavily on exports to the U.S., but Americans could face steeper tariff hikes in a post-NAFTA world
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NAFTA Mock Talks, Round 1: A full transcript

Our expert negotiators have three sessions to hammer out a new NAFTA on five high-friction issues. Can they do it?
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NAFTA Mock Talks, Round 1: Intellectual property and data

Our expert negotiators have three sessions to hammer out a new NAFTA on five major issues. Will looking to the future harm talks in the present?
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NAFTA Mock Talks, Round 1: Sunset clause

Expert negotiators from each of the countries have three sessions to hammer out a new NAFTA. Will a sunset clause prove to be a true ’poison pill’?