One year into new North American trading pact, Canada has returned to ‘good old days’ of trade disputes
Aside from a dispute over Canada's supply-managed dairy sector, current North American trade disputes are about historic issues that weren't addressed in the new NAFTA, say analysts.
While the threat of having NAFTA ripped up is no longer a present danger, the North American trading relationship remains fraught with the typical irritants. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, middle, still has to handle the delicate relationship alongside U.S. President Joe Biden, left, and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia and photographs courtesy of Wikimedia Commons