The Trade And Tariffs Edition

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Posted on March 2, 2018

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Stocks Fall As Trump Announces Tariffs On Steel, Aluminum. Canada And Europe Say They’ll Retaliate ~ The U.S. president on Thursday announced tariffs of 25 per cent on steel and 10 per cent on aluminum. The move is by far his most consequential move on trade to date – though crucial details remain unclear | Toronto Star

Trump Taxera Les Importations D’Acier Et D’Aluminium | CBC Radio-Canada

Kroger-Owned Fred Meyer Stores Won’t Sell Guns To Anyone Under 21 Years Old ~ Kroger, the nation’s largest grocery chain, said it will stop selling guns and ammunition to customers who are younger than 21 years old. It’s the third major retailer in two days to impose new age restrictions on sales | CNN

Walmart, Dick’s Expand Corporate Rift With Gun Lobby | CTV News

Questions Linger About How Melania Trump, A Slovenian Model, Scored ‘The Einstein Visa’ | The Washington Post

Cakes Of The World: Tiramisu, Baklava, Cheesecake And More National Treats | CNN

Amazon Is Expanding Into Home Security By Acquiring Video Doorbell Startup Ring | TIME

Racist, Sexist AI Could Be A Bigger Problem Than Lost Jobs | Forbes

Martine Ouellet Doit Partir, Dit Gilles Duceppe | Le Devoir

Science : Le Canada Sort De La Noirceur | L’Actualité

Spotify Files To Go Public Via Unusual Direct Listing ~ The music service intends to trade under the “SPOT” symbol on the New York Stock Exchange | Variety


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