“The Trump administration has, shall we say, wreaked some amount of havoc on our trading relationships with these partners,” former Vermont governor Howard Dean, who ran for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2004, told BNN Bloomberg in an interview on Thursday.
Former Commerce Sec. Gutierrez on Trade, Border Wall, Immigration
Feb.13 -- Carlos Gutierrez, chair at Albright Stonebridge Group, discusses U.S.-China Trade talks and the border security agreement that could avoid a second government shutdown. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."
'When he spoke, people listened': Joe Oliver of Michael Wilson's legacy
Former finance minister Joe Oliver joins BNN Bloomberg to discuss the legacy of former federal minister and diplomat Michael Wilson, who died at the age of 81.
Feb.05 -- President Donald Trump comments on U.S. trade policy during his State of the Union address in Washington.
Trump Should Scrap Steel Tariffs After New Nafta Deal, McIntosh Says
Jan.31 -- David McIntosh, president at Club for Growth, discusses United States-China trade and the impact of tariffs. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."
Democrats, Republicans alike won't support USMCA with tariffs in place: Trade rep
"Key things in my discussions with members, Republicans and Democrats, is that they're not really willing to consider this agreement until the steel and aluminum tariffs are ensured to be lifted off, including quotas," Rep. Kevin Brady said Tuesday during a brief appearance at a trade conference in Washington.
Jan.25 -- Canada Finance Minister Bill Morneau talks about the country's relationship with China and the arrest of Huawei's Chief Financial Officer in Vancouver. He also talks about the state of the country's economy. Morneau speaks at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
U.S. tariffs on Canada, Mexico need to come off, manufacturers plead
American automakers, aluminum producers, manufacturers and farmers are running out of time, money and patience as the North American tariff standoff persists, and they're pleading with the United States to put an end to it.
JPMorgan cuts loonie forecast as new NAFTA faces turbulence
As current political turmoil in Washington threatens to bleed into the ratification of a new regional trade pact between the U.S., Mexico and Canada, JPMorgan Chase & Co. sees the Canadian dollar getting caught in the crossfire.
U.S. Chamber CEO Says Shutdown Having Material Impact on Business
Jan.10 -- Tom Donohue, president and chief executive officer at U.S. Chamber of Commerce, discusses the Chamber's call for broad immigration reform and the business impact of the partial government shutdown and U.S.-China trade. He speaks with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."