Canada plans trade talks with U.S. and Mexico

Canada plans trade talks with U.S. and Mexico Canada aims to hold joint talks with the United States and Mexico over their trade agreements, which U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has threatened to scrap, the Canadian finance minister said on Tuesday. “We have an enormous stake in the success of our relationship with the U.S. and with Mexico: our supply chains are intertwined, we’ve developed a very successful economic unit over the course of the last twenty years,” Bill Morneau said, The Globe and Mail reports. Chile’s Copec signs fuel, lubricant deal with ExxonMobil Chilean industrial conglomerate Empresas Copec has signed an agreement with ExxonMobil to produce and distribute lubricants and fuels in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru, Copec said on Wednesday. […]

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