Canada has to chase bilateral trade deals


It has always been far too easy for Canada to rely on the United States as an export market. With its huge appetite for our resources and with our mutual network of cross-border firms, the U.S. has been a comfortable partner for this perilously cautious nation. So it is laudable that International Trade Minister David Emerson has forcefully underlined that new trading giants are emerging, and that Canada is woefully lagging in those markets.

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