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Australia, New Zealand dairy industries back Trump on possible WTO action against Canada

Australia and New Zealand dairy industry leaders said on Wednesday they would support moves by the United States to draw the World Trade Organization into a trade dispute with Canada, after President Donald Trump said existing rules were unfair. By BENJAMIN WEIR AND CHARLOTTE GREENFIELD


Japan’s Aso Pushes Back Against U.S. Pressure for Bilateral Trade Deal

Japan has less room to compromise with the United States under a bilateral trade deal than under a multilateral agreement like the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), its deputy prime minister said, taking a swipe at U.S. attempts to directly pressure Tokyo into opening up heavily-protected markets like agriculture.


Trudeau already got an earful about Canada’s dairy regulations from U.S. president — but it wasn’t Trump

In a private meeting inside the White House, the president of the United States groaned about Canadian dairy practices to a visiting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, lamenting that regulatory changes were hurting U.S. exporters. By Alexander Panetta