Category Archives: Canada-US trade

Softwood Lumber Redux

Here is a comment of mine in the Globe & Mail, 27 April 2017, on the softwood lumber dispute between Canada (“Softwood Five”) and the US and why it just won’t go away. Softwood Lumber Redux

Order and Disorder in International Trade

“You’re going to pay a very large border tax”. That’s what President-elect Trump said at his January 11 news conference (if it can be called that) about US companies that manufacture abroad, repeating statements he repeatedly made on the campaign trail. It seems fair to predict this blustering will become actual US policy post January… Read More »