Federal government should sell EDC before risks get too high

The Crown lender plays in an international vipers’ nest, so controversy and risk may be inevitable

Federal government should sell EDC before risks get too high
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The Crown lender plays in an international vipers’ nest, so controversy and risk may be inevitable

China may balk at Taiwan entry into resurrected TPP

From Canada’s viewpoint, considerations like global security, freedom, human rights and democracy support Taiwan’s case

China may balk at Taiwan entry into resurrected TPP
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From Canada’s viewpoint, considerations like global security, freedom, human rights and democracy support Taiwan’s case

Shove EDC off taxpayers’ shoulders and into the private sector

Canada's export credit agency is good at what it does. But part of that is taking risks with taxpayers’ money. It's time for that to end

Shove EDC off taxpayers’ shoulders and into the private sector
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Canada’s export credit agency is good at what it does. But part of that is taking risks with taxpayers’ money. It’s time for that to end

The dangerous rebirth of mercantilism

Donald Trump wants to make American great again. But his trade protectionism will hurt Americans and trade partners alike

The dangerous rebirth of mercantilism
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Donald Trump wants to make American great again. But his trade protectionism will hurt Americans and trade partners alike

Carbon tax particularly dangerous to New Brunswick

The tax will slow the already-faltering New Brunswick economy and create a competitive disadvantage with U.S. businesses

Carbon tax particularly dangerous to New Brunswick
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The tax will slow the already-faltering New Brunswick economy and create a competitive disadvantage with U.S. businesses

Casting about for new Canadian trade partners

The CANZUK proposal wouldn't replace the United States as the key player in our economy, but at least it would give us more options

Casting about for new Canadian trade partners
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A trade deal between Canada, the U.K., Australia and New Zealand wouldn’t replace the U.S. as the key player in our economy, but at least it would give us more options

“Progressive” trade agenda leads to regressive results

Canada wants to include social and environmental standards in trade deals. Countries like China aren't interested in anything but economic advancement

“Progressive” trade agenda leads to regressive results
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Canada wants to include social and environmental standards in trade deals. Countries like China aren’t interested in anything but economic advancement

Are we really jeopardizing NAFTA over a regressive farm policy?

The federal government should deregulate supply-managed commodities, and tariffs should be abolished on imports of dairy and poultry products

Are we really jeopardizing NAFTA over a regressive farm policy?
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The federal government should deregulate supply-managed commodities, and tariffs should be abolished on imports of dairy and poultry products

TPP2 death knell for supply management, and that’s a good thing

The new Trans-Pacific deal will boost agri-food industries. But it’s a nail in the coffin for Canada's protectionist supply-management sectors

TPP2 death knell for supply management, and that’s a good thing
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The new Trans-Pacific deal will boost agri-food industries. But it’s a nail in the coffin for Canada’s protectionist supply-management sectors

Why won’t Canadians invest in our future prosperity?

Trillions of dollars in Canadian-controlled funds should be driving our economy. Yet our prime minister is forced to look for foreign investment help

Why won’t Canadians invest in our future prosperity?
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Trillions of dollars in Canadian-controlled funds should be driving our economy. Yet our prime minister is forced to look for foreign investment help

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