Tag Archives: Trans-Pacific Partnership

The basics of the TPP

By Anna Barrera (Research Associate, Dawson Strategic)   Touted as one of the largest free trade agreements ever, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (or TPP) continues to make headlines on a regular basis and is a lightning rod for controversy. Proponents say it will boost Canadian economic growth and help businesses access new markets abroad. Others fear […]

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Dawson talks TPP on The Agenda

  Laura Dawson, senior advisor for Dawson Strategic, joined Steve Paikin on The Agenda to discuss the Trans-Pacific Partnership and its implications for Canada as it seeks to update its relationships beyond precedents set in the NAFTA. Watch the full video above!

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Dawson quoted on TPP

  Dawson Strategic president Laura Dawson is quoted in a Toronto Star article explaining the ins and outs of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement. Dr. Dawson comments on the importance of Canada’s defense of supply management in agriculture to its participation in the deal. “Trade expert Laura Dawson said she doesn’t take the U.S. eviction threats […]

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Report: Finding the Hidden Dragon

A new report on Canada-Taiwan relations by Dawson Strategic and Ciuriak Consulting argues that closer economic engagement with Taiwan makes Canada more prosperous.  Taiwan is Canada’s fourth largest trading partner in Asia. It is a springboard to Asian markets and provides  lucrative opportunities to commercialize Canadian R&D for global markets.  But despite robust informal trade relationships, […]

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