As Canada’s largest business association, with members of all sizes, in all sectors and regions of the country, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce regularly hears from members about their experiences with China. Not surprisingly, we have been hearing a great deal lately about the issues facing a number of our companies and sectors doing business in China, and I want to thank you for your government’s expressions of support.Read More
Ottawa – May 17, 2019 – Canadian Chamber of Commerce President and Chief Executive Officer, Honourable Perrin Beatty, P.C., O.C., issued the following statement today in response to an announcement that a deal has been reached between Canada and the U.S. on steel and aluminum tariffs.
“Today’s announcement of a deal to lift steel and aluminum tariffs is very positive news for Canadian businesses. These tariffs have never had a national security justification, and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce welcomes this long overdue resolution.Read More
With the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) signed and awaiting ratification, the rules around international trade are shifting for Canada. Before the Bell engaged with stakeholders and experts to discuss how Canadians can capitalize on the USCMA, what it means for our industries, and what global opportunities remain for the government’s progressive internationalism agenda.Read More