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British Columbia To Embed Asia Trade Offices In Canadian Embassies

The British Columbia government’s decision to close its stand-alone trade offices in Asian countries is an effort to cut costs that will have long-term consequences for the province’s economy. The move was revealed by Kelowna West MLA Ben Stewart, who served for three years as B.C.’s trade representative in China after vacating his seat following the 2013 provincial election. Stewart ...

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U.S. China Trade War Phase One Deal On Progress

America and China are bracing ahead to resolve an impending month trade war, as Beijing blames Washington for damaging relations between the two countries. According to reports, the two countries are said to have reached a deal. However China’s minister of foreign affairs expressed his dissatisfaction over America criticizing Beijing over its policies in Hong Kong that has damaged mutual ...

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Trade War Between China and U.S. Affects Farmers

Farmers experienced huge loss as a result of the trade war when Beijing imposed tariffs on a variety of U.S. agricultural products, including soybeans, corn and pork. In some cases, the Chinese market evaporated for American exporters, resulting in tumbling commodity prices, and big losses for U.S. farmers. To make up for some of these losses, the Trump administration has ...

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