Is Trudeau's progressive agenda hurting free trade talks?

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In the first half of 2017, I repeatedly supported the Trudeau government on their trade strategy. They seemed to be focused on diversifying Canadian trade away from the U.S., altering the negotiation strategy based on the opponent, and establishing strong starts in Asia where the future global GDP growth will transpire. I have changed my opinion. They have lost their way. The Canadian trade strategy is off track, especially in Asia. Excellent talks with Premier Li in Beijing today – any possible trade deal with China will need to reflect the values & priorities of Canadians. pic.twitter.com/7CgTgk0yEa — Justin Trudeau…

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