It was a great week for Canada in terms of trade on several fronts. You can say many negative things about Prime Minister Trudeau, but you cannot take away his government’s effort to extend Harper’s commitment to trade. There is much discussion and renegotiation to still happen, but the week of February 13th was very good for Canada, and should please the agriculture industry. The week started with the highly anticipated first face-to-face meeting between Prime Minister Trudeau and President Donald Trump, which went spectacularly well because nothing really happened. When I say nothing happened, I mean nothing bad. Other meetings with…
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