Keystone XL not the only US-Canada dispute

02/03/2014
The long-delayed approval of the Keystone XL pipeline border crossing isn't the only source of friction between the US and Canada, reports a study by the Fraser Institute, Vancouver, BC. "The state of Canada-US relations remains marked by trade barriers that hurt Canadian producers and consumers and high-profile disputes," of which Keystone XL is but one, the think-tank said in a press notice about the study. Canada is the largest foreign supplier of energy to the US, according to the US Energy Information Administration. Alexander Moens, Fraser Institute senior fellow in American Policy and a coauthor of the new study, said Canada has suffered a relative decline in competitiven...
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