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NAFTA, CPTPP, Mercosur: Trade is in the news

Corporate Article Mr. Pierre Lampron

There has been much activity on the international trade front in the past weeks and months, including the conclusion earlier this week of the latest round of North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) re-negotiations.

When promises are no longer enough

Corporate News

Following the Annual General Meeting of the Dairy Farmers of Canada, which brought together some 200 dairy farmers from across the country in a virtual format, dairy farmers expressed concern that they have waited over a year for an announcement on the balance of compensation owed for losses related to recent international trade agreements.

Curry: A world of flavour

Consumer Article DFC - PLC

Curry is much more than the yellow powder you have in your spice rack. It involves an endless variety of spices that create the delicious curries we crave today.

DFC reacts to the TPP-11 Ministerial Statement

Corporate Article Mr. Pierre Lampron

According to today’s Ministerial Statement released from the TPP-11 talks in Da Nang Vietnam, no final agreement has been reached on a TPP-11 deal without the United States.

En route to the second round of NAFTA negotiations

Corporate Article Mr. Pierre Lampron

On August 16, I landed in Washington for the first round of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) renegotiations. You could feel the anticipation in the air as politicians remained vague yet optimistic in their comments, while journalists attempted to read between the lines and predict any possible changes for NAFTA 2.0. In headlines that week were endless articles and speculations about the future of the dairy industry and ways to undermine supply management in Canada.

There’s no monopoly on supporting dairy

Corporate Article Mr. Pierre Lampron

Canadian and U.S. dairy industries are fundamentally different. While Canadians enjoy stable prices and supply, the US market is vulnerable to unexpected surplus of product, driving prices down for farmers and disrupting the market for consumers.

NAFTA Round 4: What does the U.S really want?

Corporate Article Mr. Pierre Lampron

As the fourth round of NAFTA talks concludes in Washington, one can’t help but wonder if the United States is serious about the re-negotiations – and if not, what their intentions truly are?