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Canada

(Inside U.S. Trade)
April 16, 2010

Canada is facing resistance to its overtures to join the negotiations for a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement from participating countries because of its reluctance to open up its protected dairy and poultry product sectors in those talks. Dairy market access is of particular interest to New Zealand, which is a major exporter.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
April 16, 2010

The European Union and Canada will be looking to tackle some of the toughest issues of their free trade agreement talks at the third round of negotiations which kick off April 19, including whether to include agricultural tariffs and provincial government procurement in the agreement, sources said this week.

(File Document)
April 15, 2010

(Inside U.S. Trade)
April 09, 2010

The U.S., European Union and Canada are engaged in a high-stakes negotiation over international rules on export financing that one aviation analyst said this week "dwarfs" the Boeing-Airbus World Trade Organization feud over subsidies for aircraft development in its impact on the market.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
April 09, 2010

The U.S. last month joined 13 other World Trade Organization members in questioning Canada's new anti-smoking law, but officials with the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative have signaled that they have no plans to fight it in light of a U.S. law that restricts federal agencies from promoting U.S. tobacco exports, sources said.

(Text Document)
April 08, 2010

(Inside U.S. Trade)
March 12, 2010

After years of failing to produce concrete results, the United States, Canada and Mexico have agreed to abandon talks under the auspices of the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) and instead engage in bilateral or trilateral discussions at the annual North American Leaders Summit, Canadian Minister of International Trade Peter Van Loan said in a March 5 interview with Inside U.S. Trade.

(Daily News)
March 08, 2010

After years of failing to produce concrete results, the United States, Canada and Mexico have agreed to abandon talks under the auspices of the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) and instead engage in bilateral or trilateral discussions at the annual North American Leaders Summit, Canadian Minister of International Trade Peter Van Loan said in a March 5 interview with Inside U.S. Trade.


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