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Canada, the United States and Mexico Issue Statement on Global Steel Subsidization / Dumping

Posted in Antidumping, Canada's Federal Government, Trade Remedies

On June 29, 2016, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, U.S. President Obama and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto issued a Statement entitled “Economic Prosperity – Trade and Competitiveness.” Hidden at the end of the Statement is the following announcement on trade remedy enforcement: Coordination in Trade Remedy Enforcement / Addressing Global Excess Capacity Canada, the United… Continue Reading

What Are The Core Principles Of The Canada-US-Mexico Relationship?

Posted in Border Security, Canada's Federal Government, Cross-border trade, U.S. Federal Government

As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, President Obama, and President Enrique Peña Nieto meet in Ottawa today and as we contemplate Brexit, the principles that bind Canada, the United States and Mexico together become increasingly important.  Recently, at the United States-Canada S.A.G.E. Summit at Ohio University, Dr. Christopher Sands and Dr. Katie Friedman discussed the principles… Continue Reading