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NAFTANEXT 8m
“The incoming House Democratic leadership – still to be selected – will have to choose among three options: accept the deal; reject the deal; rework the deal.”
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Steven Buchta 4h
🏦 opens w/ FMR 🇺🇸 Chief ag negotiator speaking on 'US 🚜 trade in uncertain times', unprecedented times in terms of his career. 🇨🇦 is top export market. good for ag. Beef + pork sectors are highly integrated. w/ 🇨🇦🇲🇽 unresolved + impact ag.
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Purdue Ag Econ 46m
ICYMI - Jim Mintert discussed the latest AgBarometer with AgriTalk's Chip Flory this morning. Discussion includes ag producers thoughts on and the new crop basis tool. Talk starts at around 14:04.
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Susan Burns 5h
Join me and this distinguished panel for "What's For Lunch? Conversations about trends and sustainability in food + ag" on Thursday, November 15 at 12:00 eastern. How The “New ” Affects Food Supply: Provisions For GMO/GE Agriculture
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Int Trade Council 1m
Canada "The strengthens our long-standing economic ties with the and by improving market access in for . CanEmbMexico CanEmbUSA "
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SmithCan 19h
Certainly after the handling of the the US appreciates how and have sacrificed Canadian interests by bowing to the US. Simply embarrassing how played Canadian negotiators
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Dairy Farmers of ON 4h
In light of , “DFO is looking to federal government to stand behind its commitment to ensure Canadian dairy farmers are able to remain competitive” – DFO GM Graham Lloyd
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Howard Knopf 19h
For a brief moment, it seemed that Canada wouldn't be "pushed around" - but, sadly we were & badly in the . Sadly, & claim victory. We need to acknowledge defeat & mitigate damage re MFN & national treatment & regroup with like minded countries.
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Innovators Alliance 2h
Interesting insights by about opportunities for Canadian businesses post : Don't miss Peter's keynote presentation at our upcoming Innovators Exchange 2018 conference!
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Max Kingsley 19h
Is Northumberland milk Canadian dairy? Baxter milk packaging says it's sourced in Saint John, NB, it does not have the Canadian dairy symbol... Who sells Canadian milk in ?
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Antonio Ortiz-Mena 52m
Reopening negotiations risks unraveling the whole agreement. A way forward is instead removing the tariffs on steel and aluminum.
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InvestOakville Nov 9
RT : Join us on Tuesday, November 13 as Minister provides an update on Canada's new trade agreement with the and on the Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster. Save your spot now:
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Action For Trade Nov 10
. on : “Strong and dependable IP standards are critical to fueling innovation, attracting investment, and ensuring that patients, farmers, and consumers around the globe have access to the next generation of biotechnology breakthroughs"
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National Post Radio 6h
The could falter even before it starts and joins to explain why on CH.167
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NAFTANEXT Nov 6
“Over the next 2 years, US industries most affected by —especially manufacturers of industrial and consumer goods—will likely begin an accelerated period of reassessment and a potential recalibration of their supply chains.”
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Mike Alexander Nov 9
. Tariffs on Canadian aluminum are letting China off the hook. They continue to grow, while U.S. aluminum workers are feeling the pinch. Tell & it's time for free & fair trade on North American aluminum!
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Kevin Gallagher 9h
At a gala dinner on Saturday Trudeau spoke to Trump about US tarifs on Canadian steel and aluminum. No word if Canada will sign the conditional on the tarifs being dropped.
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Canada Trade 37m
Official signing of the North American Agreement () in San Antonio, Texas in October 1992. A new North American agreement, the , was signed this fall.
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Cdn Cattlemen's Assn 1h
Hot off the Press! CCA Action News Vol. 21, Issue 02: Survey
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Stuart Trew 4h
Interview with trade researcher Scott Sinclair on
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