February 5, 2012

Harper's China Trip About More Than Giant Pandas

Toronto Star, Toronto Star

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Still, opening Canadian doors to yet another Chinese import, however cuddly, isn’t the driver for Harper’s second trade trip. Breaking open China’s fast-growing market to our goods is the priority. While business is booming with China, reaching $57 billion in two-way trade, we buy a lot more than we sell. That needs to change.

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