Transport for London said the conduct of Uber, which has around 40,000 drivers and 3.5 million customers in the British capital, had "demonstrated a lack of corporate responsibility," and the agency would not renew the company's license to operate. 0.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says that the Trump administration doesn't want to "unnecessarily irritate" Congress on the path to a tax overhaul bill. "We need the votes there and as proven with health care, it is a very fragile margin," Ross says …
NAFTA talks in Canada could result in energy agreement with Mexico
OTTAWA, Sept 22 (Reuters) – Despite Canada's threats to walk away from NAFTA talks if necessary, its limited success in diversifying exports leaves the nation too reliant on U.S. markets to play hardball, government insiders and trade experts say.
Canada seen unlikely to walk away from NAFTA
OTTAWA – An agreement that would see Mexico sign on to a NAFTA clause governing oil exports may be one of the first significant products of the renegotiation talks this weekend in Ottawa. When NAFTA was originally signed 23 years ago, Mexico rejected. The United States has made a big fuss over using NAFTA talks to demand better labour standards in Mexico, but after two rounds of discussions, U.S. negotiators have still not presented any specifics about what they would like to see changed. A source …
London ouster of Uber not justified: US commerce chief
Prince Harry, right, speaks to an athlete from the volleyball team from the United Kingdom during training in the lead-up to the Invictus Games, in Toronto on Friday, Sept. 22, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette. Highlights from the news file for
OTTAWA — The winner of the first week back from summer on Parliament Hill? A banner-dragging aircraft-for-rent. On Monday, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation hired one to welcome MPs back to Ottawa for the fall session, pulling a giant banner that
Under NAFTA, at least 62.5 per cent of a vehicle's content must be made in North America to qualify for duty-free access between the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Jobs at Canadian automakers, like Ford Motor Company in Oakville, above, could be affected by. I wouldn't call the last few weeks in the Trump administration a respite, but, at least on the trade front, things have been quiet. No longer. The relative silence has been broken, and President Donald Trump's surrogates are back to saying really …