This week has been laced with trade threats, drama, and fear for agricultural commodity markets, all based on the possibility of a trade war between the U.S. and China. Most economists agree that though a trade war has yet to start, there is a serious flirtation with one. And no matter what President Trump tells us, trade wars are much easier to lose than win. This is a potential battle that comes with great risks for the United States, and also for Canada. With Canada’s proximity to the U.S.; the integration of the two economies; and a mutual belief in…
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