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Recent Trade News

TPP States Agree New Framework Needed to Implement Pact Without U.S.
Jul 20, 2017 The Japan Times


USTR Releases NAFTA Negotiating Objectives
Jul 20, 2017 Office of the United States Trade Representative


Statement by the Foreign Affairs Minister on the North American Free Trade Agreement
Jul 20, 2017 Global Affairs Canada


Canada, EU to Provisionally Apply CETA in September
Jul 13, 2017 CBC News


Japan to Host TPP Pacific Rim Trade Pact Talks
Jul 13, 2017 CTV News


FDA Updates Policy on Release Without Notification to Reflect Current De Minimis Level
Jul 06, 2017 Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg


More Trouble for Canada-EU Trade Deal, as Drug Changes Delay Implementation
Jul 06, 2017 CBC News


U.S. Slaps Dumping Duties on Canadian Wood, Ottawa Vows to Fight
Jun 29, 2017 Reuters Canada


Canada Vows to Defend Supply Management as NAFTA Talks Set to Start in August
Jun 29, 2017 The Globe and Mail


U.S. in Trade Talks with Asian Nations to Replace TPP, Commerce Secretary Says
Jun 29, 2017 South China Morning Post


U.S. Dairy Lobby Submits Its Demands for NAFTA
Jun 19, 2017 Hamilton Spectator


Canada-EU Trade Deal's July 1 Target Threatened by New Cheese Dispute
Jun 19, 2017 CBC News


Dairy Groups Pledge to Work with Trump Administration on NAFTA Modernization
Jun 14, 2017 Food Ingredients First


Canada and U.S. Remain ‘Quite Far Apart’ on Softwood Lumber, Freeland Says
Jun 14, 2017 Canadian Business


Final Rule on Foreign Supplier Verification Programs (PDF)
Jun 07, 2017 U.S. Food and Drug Administration


Questions (and Answers) on FSVP: Foreign Supplier Verification Program
Jun 07, 2017 U.S. Food and Drug Administration


Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act
Jun 07, 2017 Parliament of Canada


NAFTA, Softwood Negotiations to Remain Separate, at Least for Now: Minister
Jun 07, 2017 Global News


Consultations on the Renegotiation and Modernization of the North American Free Trade Agreement
Jun 07, 2017 Global Affairs Canada


Trans-Pacific Partnership Set To Move Ahead Without U.S.
Jun 01, 2017 The Huffington Post


CETA Gets Royal Assent - What Brand Owners and Users Need to Know
May 31, 2017 Lexology


TPP Chief Negotiators to Meet in Japan in Mid-July
May 31, 2017 The Japan Times


NAFTA Talks to Start in August: Here’s What the Calendar Looks Like
May 31, 2017 The Hamilton Spectator


New Movement Requirements for Ontario Cherries to Prevent Spread of Plant Pests
May 31, 2017 Canadian Food Inspection Agency


New Import Restrictions on Cherries from Canada
May 31, 2017 Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg

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Trans-Pacific Partnership Set To Move Ahead Without U.S.

The Huffington Post Jun 01, 2017

Pacific Rim trade ministers meeting in Vietnam committed Sunday to move ahead with the Trans Pacific Partnership trade pact after the United States pulled out.

New Zealand Trade Minister Todd McClay said the remaining 11 TPP countries are open to others joining provided they accept the trade agreement's high standards on labour and environmental protection. He said the door remains open to the U.S., even after President Donald Trump withdrew from the pact in January, saying he prefers bilateral free trade deals.

"It's clear that each country is having to consider both economic values and strategic importance of this agreement, but in the end there is a lot of unity among all of the countries and a great desire to work together to come up with an agreement among 11 that not only delivers for all of our economies and the people of our countries, it's also open to others countries in the world to join if they can meet the high standards in the TPP agreement,'' McClay told reporters.

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