Global trade pathways need to be grounded in a rules-based global trading system.
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Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay meets with United States Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack in Washington on Jan. 14.
Lawrence MacAulay Published: Wednesday, 02/24/2016 12:00 am EST Last Updated: Wednesday, 02/24/2016 1:46 am EST
Ever since Canada’s agricultural heartland was opened up to agriculture at the turn of the last century, trade has played a pivotal role in Canada’s agriculture and food industry, and Canada’s success as a nation.
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