CETA withdrawal is Newfoundland’s loss, say trade experts

CETA withdrawal is Newfoundland’s loss, say trade experts

Dispute over compensation for province’s seafood industry could lead to Canada-EU arbitration if left unresolved.

Three Amigos summit delay a missed opportunity

Harper could have used it to pressure Mexico on human rights.

Middling grades on ministerial report cards

Baird tops the pack, with Nicholson trailing.

Asia-Pacific a top priority for Hogan at Trade

PM will continue to look to Christine Hogan for advice following her PCO departure, say former colleagues.

How to boost Canada-China business ties

Politicians can do more. But businesses must also remember that whatever the state of government ties, commercial contracts are driven by providing value, quality and service to customers.

Canada-Vietnam series: The tiger's tangled web

Systemic issues like bribery and complex state-owned enterprise holdings are limiting growth in Vietnam, and Canada is trying to change that.

Taiwan’s inclusion in the TPP could be Canada’s win

The TPP without Taiwan will generate limited economic gains because most countries involved already have free trade agreements with each other.

Changing the Canada channel in Asia

This is South Korea’s fourth agreement in this hemisphere. If this were the PanAm games Canada wouldn’t be on the podium.

The Canadian absence

All too frequently, foreign policy authors neglect Canada. Two recent books are good examples of this tendency.

2014: By the numbers

A tally of the year that was in trips, bills, trade deals and more.

Effort to improve sanctions info goes unnoticed by private sector

Industry groups unaware of DFATD initiative to consolidate information on economic sanctions.

When universities go global, everyone benefits

Just 3.1 per cent of full-time undergrads in Canada had an international experience in 2012-13.

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November 26, 2014