Plus, Panama’s got a new business-oriented ambassador, and Guyana’s high commissioner goes home.
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Some Canadian laws, practices violate trade law: Lawyers.
Infrastructure spending said to be needed to boost trade.
G20 heads will examine crisis ‘in detail’ in November, says IMF exec.
Negotiators must meet before October, says Mexican ambassador.
Subsidiaries have more connections abroad, say economists.
CARICOM out, CARIBCAN back in as Canada renews earlier deal, despite warning it would not.
A second instalment of our series on federal election candidates with international trade experience.
Infrastructure, cheap airports on business wish list for next government.