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Dawson Strategic discusses what Trump Presidency means for North America

  With the surprising win of Donald Trump last week, many questions have been circling about what this means for Canada and Mexico. With this in mind, Jeffrey Phillips and Anna Barrera were interviewed by Isabel Inclán of NOTIMEX to discuss where North America should go from here. According to Phillips “It is too early […]






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Mexico’s Energy Reforms

  The landmark energy reforms in Mexico are an important development that will transform Mexico’s energy sector and broader economy and, in the longer term, have important implications for the North American energy supply picture. The reforms Bill was signed into law in December 2013 and in August 2014 the all-important secondary legislation received final […]






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Dawson Quoted in The Economist

Laura Dawson was quoted in The Economist, August 9th, on the topic of Canada-Mexico trade relations in “She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not: Why America’s two neighbours don’t get along.” The article refers to Dawson’s recent report for the Canadian Council of Chief Executives in making the case for greater trilateral integration.






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Dawson at Council of Foreign Relations

On Friday, June 13, Laura Dawson spoke at the Council of Foreign Relations Conference in New York City on NAFTA’s past and future. Other panelists ncluded Shannon O’Neill, Edward Alden, and Robert Zoellick.  It was great to hear from so many Canada-watchers and supporters of smart, open North American trade.  In October, the Council is set to […]






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