Their meeting comes in advance of the G7 summit of the world's seven big economies, which gets underway later this week in Biarritz, France.
Pain from U.S.-China tariffs felt more elsewhere: Study
The European Union, Canada and Mexico might be suffering more from the tariffs the U.S. and China have imposed on each other’s imports than the two countries themselves.
Canada may be 'collateral damage' in U.S.-China feud, MacKay warns
"We are far more exposed, I would say, given some of the frailties in our own economy and not to mention our energy sector," former foreign affairs minister Peter MacKay told BNN Bloomberg.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is saying that we won’t have a new NAFTA until the fall. Mark Warner, principal at MAAW Law, explains the path to creating a new trade agreement and says he wasn’t surprised the deal was pushed back to the fall.
Elizabeth Warren breaks with Trump in new trade policy plan
Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren rolled out a new plan on Monday revealing how she’d handle trade policy if elected to the White House, breaking with Donald Trump and past presidents of both parties.
U.S. House breaks with no new NAFTA tabled for ratification. Now what?
The U.S. House of Representatives began its summer break today leaving the ratification of the new North American trade deal hanging, rekindling angst that a frustrated President Donald Trump will blow up the existing pact.
With a summer timeline looking increasingly unlikely, Caitlin Webber of Bloomberg News reports on what's next for the new NAFTA deal.
No one wins in new NAFTA deal: C.D. Howe
The C.D. Howe Institute says negatives will outweigh the positives for all three parties to the new Canada-United States-Mexico free trade agreement but it will hit Mexico hardest and the U.S. the lightest.
Morneau on digital taxation, Libra, the economy and new NAFTA
Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau discusses Facebook Inc.'s proposed Libra cryptocurrency, digital taxation, Canada's economy and the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). He talks on "Bloomberg Surveillance" from the sidelines of the Group of Seven finance chiefs meeting in Chantilly, France.
Trump calls on Congress to pass USMCA over Democrats’ objections
U.S. President Donald Trump told Congress to approve his trade agreement with Mexico and Canada, saying it would bring jobs to the U.S. and stop factories from leaving.