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PMJT, TPP, and CETA

What does Prime Minister Justin Trudeau mean for TPP and CETA? by Mara Chadnick “This deal is, without any doubt whatsoever, in the best interests of the Canadian economy”, said Stephen Harper regarding the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Throughout Harper’s duration as Prime Minister of Canada, the Conservative government focused on expanding Canada’s regional trade agreements, most […]

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TPP simplified

  With the recent conclusion of Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations, Dawson Strategic has created an infographic to help Canadians better understand the agreement’s importance. The TPP includes Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, United States and Vietnam. The inclusion of these 12 Pacific Rim countries makes this the largest trade agreement ever negotiated.

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Phillips quoted by CBC on Keystone XL

  Dawson Strategic Managing Director Jeff Phillips is quoted by the CBC on whether U.S. President Barack Obama is likely to speed up his decision on the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline to carry Alberta oil sands oil to Texas refineries in response to the election of Prime Minister-designate Justin Trudeau. You can read […]

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Phillips on North American Trade

Dawson Strategic Managing Director Jeffrey Phillips is published in the NTEA – The Association for the Work Truck Industry August 2015 newsletter with a guest editorial on the importance of the North American market. From the editorial: “It is easy for some to underestimate the importance of Mexico and Canada to the U.S. economy, but […]

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