‘Complacent’ On Trade

Canada must beware of complacency over ballooning trade deficits in some food processing sectors, says a national think-tank. The Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute said the deficit in goods like wine and pizza will hit $6.8 billion this year: ‘An increasing proportion is controlled by international firms’.

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