Canada may not face US punitive tariffs on steel and aluminum, pending a renegotiated NAFTA deal. But can the country really rely on that? DW asked the president of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Perrin Beatty.
The US has dropped steel and aluminum tariffs on Canada and Mexico. The tariffs had stood for just under a year and were part of a bitter trade dispute between the North American trading partners.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador described the ratification as "very good news." US President Donald Trump wants Congress to follow suit.
Africa is inching closer to economic integration with the entry into force of a continent-wide free trade zone. However, many hurdles remain before Africa can deliver on the promise of 1.2 billion person market.
Donald Trump's new trade deal with Mexico and Canada awaits ratification and yet he has scheduled fresh tariffs on Mexican goods. He warned he would steadily jack up tariffs unless Mexico stops border crossings.
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