trade

1.29.19

Everything you need to know about U.S. charges against tech giant Huawei

Beijing is standing behind one of its most prestigious companies and urged Washington to “stop the unreasonable crackdown.”

1.9.19

Chinese ambassador accuses Canada of "white supremacy" in arrest of Huawei executive

“It seems that, to some people, only Canadian citizens shall be treated in a humanitarian manner and their freedom deemed valuable,” wrote Lu Shaye in an op-ed.

1.8.19

How the U.S. government shutdown could impact Canadians

Trade experts says some small businesses can’t survive a prolonged shutdown. And expect travel delays.

12.13.18

What we know about the two Canadians detained by China

One helped bring NBA star Dennis Rodman to North Korea, the other is an ex-diplomat who had been reporting on politically sensitive subjects

12.11.18

Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou released on $10M bail in Vancouver

The tech heiress will be under house arrest in multi-million dollar Vancouver mansion.

12.11.18

China just dragged Apple into Trump’s trade war

"Apple will be a hot target for China to get back at the U.S. and will be used as a leverage point.”

Advertisement
12.10.18

Canada is stuck in the middle of a giant trade war between China and the U.S.

Following her arrest in Vancouver, Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou is awaiting a decision in her bail hearing.

10.1.18

What you need to know about the trade deal formerly known as NAFTA

For starters, it's called — wait for it — the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.

9.6.18

"Trench warfare... but not as hostile"

U.S.-Canada trade negotiations go down to "core issues."

8.21.18

Congress Hates Trump's Trade Wars, but It Won't Do Anything About Them

Republicans don't like tariffs, but they like pushing back against the president even less.

7.11.18

Trump wants tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods — and Beijing is not backing down

"Rather than address our legitimate concerns, China has begun to retaliate against US products."

6.26.18

The Definitive Overanalysis of Donald Trump’s 41-word Assault on Canada

In a few sentences, the US president managed to mock our identity, Justin Trudeau and even ‘O Canada.’

0107