The Trump administration is set to impose massive tariffs on Chinese goods previously spared by the long-simmering trade war.
Republicans don't like tariffs, but they like pushing back against the president even less.
"Rather than address our legitimate concerns, China has begun to retaliate against US products."
Calls to “boycott America” have emerged, despite the fact that Canadians are the biggest purchasers of US goods in the world.
Some advice for a heartbroken Justin Trudeau on how to deal with a US president who is going his own way.
The stakes are high — the last time America was engaged in a trade war, unemployment rose 25%.
Donald Trudeau, Justin Trump, Angela Merkel. There can be only one.
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Prices of American-made ketchup, maple syrup, whiskey, and mustard are set to go up in Canada.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross says tariffs are a response to "lack of progress" in NAFTA negotiations.
“This is what a trade war looks like, and what we have warned against from the start."