The real losers in the TPP are Canada’s trade partners, the TPP’s real winners are the Canadian dairy industry and the American meatpacking industry.
The United States, the most populous country in the world, is one of the biggest trading partners for both Canada and Mexico.
Canada has an economy in excess of $30 billion, and the U.S. has an economic value of $40 billion.
The TPP, which Canada signed in late 2016, is an ambitious trade agreement that is supposed to bring billions of dollars in investment to both nations.
Canada, which has the world’s second-largest economy after the United States and is the biggest exporter of beef, dairy and pork to the U, has been vocal about the need to diversify its economy, especially in the wake of the election of Donald Trump.
The TPP would allow Canada to join the TPP on the basis of its domestic dairy industry.
Canada already has an agreement with the United Kingdom to export beef, and Canada has signed an agreement to export pork to Britain.
The U.K. has said that it would continue to export to Canada under the agreement and that it wants to export dairy to Canada, while the U:S.
does not export dairy.
Canada is not alone in seeking to export milk to the United