Laura Dawson is quoted in a Globe and Mail article about the rising relative importance of Mexican manufacturing in the NAFTA economy.

A “failure of political will” is hobbling commercial relations with Mexico, Dawson says. “The NAFTA institutions are weak and do not provide a viable space for continuing engagement. And many in Canada have made a habit of either underestimating Mexico’s prospects or holding onto the outdated idea that closer relations with Mexico would undermine the putative ‘special relationship’ between Canada and the United States.

Read the whole article at the Globe and Mail. For a PDF of the article, click here.