Ex-PM Brian Mulroney says abandoning third NAFTA trading partner for U.S. is 'for losers'

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Canada isn't about to throw Mexico under the bus, foreign ministers say - Politics - CBC News
Ex-PM Brian Mulroney says abandoning third NAFTA trading partner for U.S. is 'for losers'
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Spoiling for Canada Fight, U.S. Dairies Push for Trump Deal - Bloomberg
American farmers say new policy imperils $150 million in sales
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A Trump Statistical Trade Trick - WSJ
Officials borrow phony deficit math from liberal protectionists.
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WTO | 2017 News items - Russia files appeal against WTO panel ruling on vehicle duties
On 20 February the Russian Federation filed a notice of appeal in the case brought by the European Union in “Russia — Anti-Dumping Duties on Light Commercial Vehicles from Germany and Italy” (DS479).
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Angst in GOP over Trump's trade agenda | TheHill
Republican lawmakers are concerned about where President Trump is headed on trade and are asking who in the administration is in charge of policies that could affect their home-state economies. 
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