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WASHINGTON—U.S. President Donald Trump delivered a vague jab at Canadian trade practices on Monday.
“We lose a lot of money with Canada. Canada does not treat us right in terms of the farming and the crossing the borders,” he said at a White House event on his new infrastructure proposal.
“So they’ll either treat us right or we’ll just have to do business a little bit diff… really differently,” he said. “We cannot continue to be taken advantage of by other countries.”
Trump has sometimes struggled to speak clearly about trade specifics, and it was not at all clear what he meant by “the crossing the borders” or by “the farming.”
In the ongoing NAFTA renegotiation talks, Trump’s negotiators have …
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