Indiana Lt.-Gov. Suzanne Crouch recently visited Winnipeg to discuss the shared interest of both jurisdictions in building on the strong Canada-U.S. trade and investment partnership, fostering economic growth, and encouraging stronger business and research connections.
The President of Global AgriTrends says despite the current disruption in the global trade of U.S. pork the long term outlook remains optimistic.
The Canadian Pork Council is calling for government intervention to help the pork sector cope with the impact of trade disputes between the United States and its key trading partners.
The General Manager of Manitoba Pork says uncertainty over issues related to trade has increased the importance of the ratification of the Comprehensive Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Canada’s Agriculture Minister says he remains committed to diversifying and expanding the market for Canadian agriculture and agri-food products as his government works to reach its target of 75 billion dollars in agricultural exports by 2025.
Manitoba’s Premier says Canada’s Premiers are on side when it comes to recognizing the importance of trade.
Farm Credit Canada says trade tensions between the U.S.. and China are going to be a net negative for Canadian farmers in 2018.
The Canadian Global Affairs Institute says the global response to U.S. tariffs on imported aluminum and steel is more likely to be effective that if Canada was to respond on its own.
The Chair of Manitoba Pork says factors that that lower the value of hogs in the United States harming U.S. pork producers are also hurt Canadian pork producers.