The Obama administration announced new steps to loosen longstanding U.S. sanctions against Cuba, part of a gradual normalization of relations as President Barack Obama looks to make a signature policy shift permanent before leaving office.
Bloomberg reported Chrystia Freeland, Canada’s foreign minister, was in Washington, D.C., the last few days to negotiate further on the North American Free Trade Agreement. But talks have gotten pretty quiet as the countries approach another deadline set by the Trump administration. The Toronto Star reported Freeland cut her trip[…]Read More »
Winter’s supposedly over, but flurries of trade news as thick as early-spring snow have been falling in Washington, D.C. Among the headlines have been stories about stiff tariffs on steel and aluminum; stiffer tariffs to punish China for its theft and extortion of American intellectual property; and new threats from[…]Read More »