Stephen Harper: NAFTA schmafta
Threats by Obama, Clinton to opt out of, or renegotiate free trade pact prompt tit-for-tat warnings that the free flow of oil, gas and pipeline expansions could be at risk; others say U.S. politicians miss point when blame NAFTA for manufacturing job losses
For Petroleum News
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has a sharp response to talk about renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement.
If any American government ever chose to make the mistake of reopening (NAFTA) we would have some things we want to talk about as well, he said, hinting at the United S....
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