NAFTA renegotiations, manufacturing numbers and more this week in Canadian business.
Trade talks will be extended into 2018, and the next negotiating round is being pushed back in a tacit admission that negotiators aren't going to meet their original deadline for a deal by year-end.
U.S. demands termination clause that would end NAFTA after five years, unless its member countries explicitly opted to renew it.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is heading to Mexico today in the aftermath of a day's worth of meetings in Washington, D.C., largely focused on saving the trilateral trade pact.
Round three of NAFTA negotiations, Alibaba's founder comes to Canada and analysts watch for hints of future interest rate hikes in Poloz's latest speech.
List of objectives include opening more access to government procurement, freeing up professional mobility, protecting Canadian rights to supply management and reform of the investor-state dispute…
Government procurement is likely to become one of the toughest issues the Liberal government will have to deal with during the NAFTA talks that start next month.
The federal government is facing calls, including warnings from BlackBerry's co-founder, to be particularly vigilant when the upcoming NAFTA talks shift to intellectual property.
The dairy sector was excluded from the original NAFTA deal in 1994, but the supply management system, which limits the amount of dairy that can be imported into Canada without high tariffs, has long…