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Since July 2018, the United States and China have been locked in a trade war, where each have applied tariffs to an ever growing portion of the other country’s imports. The implications for Canada have been a source of considerable debate. Some pundits have suggested that the U.S.-China trade turmoil will be a boon for our economy, whereas others have painted grim scenarios of collateral damage. In this event, we brought together four experts who will provide their views on the repercussions of the trade war for Canada.
- Patrick Leblond, Professor at the University of Ottawa and CIRANO Fellow
- Marie-France Paquet, Chief Economist at Global Affairs Canada
- Stéphane Rochon, Managing Director and Head of Private Client Research at BMO Nesbitt Burns
- Ari Van Assche, Professor at HEC Montréal and CIRANO Fellow