"Canadians won't forget Trump's disgraceful treatment of Canada. Our economic partnership has been reaffirmed, but trust can't be rebuilt with the stroke of a pen."
The partial triumph of his demands reaffirms his policy of threatening first, then imposing tariffs, then negotiating after a process of intimidation.
Neither growth nor stability is assured, much less fairness.
<i>The sanctions against Iran open a new diplomatic and trading conflict between the United States and the European Union.</i>
On Monday, the first group of sanctions imposed by the United States against Iran was enforced, after Donald Trump decided to ignore the agreement reached in July 2015 between the Persian [Read more]
The tone has changed, and that is a good thing.
At the end of the day, Trump has nothing but gains in his pocket
What the world needs is not more bilateral trade deals, but a true multilateral deal that opens up opportunities for all countries.