Justin Trudeau not worried as Donald Trump set to examine U.S. trade partners

OTTAWA – Justin Trudeau is driving home the message that Canada and the United States share a special relationship that relies on the continued smooth flow of commerce across their border.

The prime minister says that means jobs in both countries, a message Canada will continue to impress on the Americans as Donald Trump prepares to hold his country’s major trading partners to account.

The U.S. president wants to determine which countries are using abusive trade practices to run export surpluses – and Canada is among those to be examined.

The president will sign an executive order today demanding a study within 90 days of all the ways other countries allegedly pull a fast one on the United States through anti-competitive trade practices.

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