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The CEO behind IHOP and Applebee’s perfectly illustrates how US restaurants could be one of the biggest winners of Trump’s trade war

Steve Joyce, the CEO behind Applebee's and IHOP, explained how President Trump's trade war is actually a big win for the US restaurant industry.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (R) is greeted by U.S. President Donald Trump prior to holding talks at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 13, 2017.

Trump says he rejected a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau amid an increasingly hostile NAFTA fight

President Donald Trump confirmed he turned down a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Trump claimed the reason for the rejection was Trudeau's unwillingness to back down in NAFTA renegotiations. Trump also took a swipe at Chrystia Freeland, Canada's Minister of Foreign Affairs.r

Concern about Trump’s trade war has ‘spiked tremendously’ among America’s largest companies

S&P 500 companies are starting to get concerned about President Donald Trump's trade war. The number of firms mentioning the words "tariffs" or "trade war" hit a record high in the second quarter.

Trump’s trade war is getting serious — here’s why it started, what it means for the US economy, and how it could hit you

President Donald Trump has used tariffs to kick off a trade war with China. the European Union, Canada, and more. Here's what tariffs are, how we got to this point in a trade war, and what it means for the US economy.
Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau and US President Donald Trump

An under-the-radar move by Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau showed that Canada is ready to get tough with Trump on trade

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau named a new minister of international trade diversification on Wednesday in a direct shot at US President Donald Trump's trade attacks. Trudeau said Canada needed to "ensure that we are not as dependent on the United States."
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and European Council President Donald Tusk

The European Union and Japan just signed a new trade deal, and it shows how the rest of the world is fighting back against Trump’s attacks

The European Union and Japan just struck a landmark trade deal, the latest in an intensifying round of pro-free trade moves being made by the EU, Japan, China, South Korea, Canada, and more. The new deals come just as President Donald Trump moves to impose tariffs and trade restrictions.
President Donald Trump

There’s a glaring problem with Trump’s trade war that could drag out the fight indefinitely

President Donald Trump can't nail down an outcome for his trade wars with China, Mexico, the European Union, and Canada. The vague goals will likely extend the trade war, according to experts, and also cause more harm to the Us economy.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, US President Donald Trump, Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and, French President Emmanuel Macron at the G7 Summit

Trump has attacked Canada, Europe, and Mexico for their trade barriers — here’s how tariffs in every country measure up

President Donald Trump slams other countries for "taking advantage" of the US on trade, but most major allies have pretty similar trade barriers to America. The US had an average applied tariff of 3.5% in 2016, while Canada's was 4.2%, the European Union's was 5.1%, and Japan's was 4%.
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Canada officially slapped tariffs on more than $12 billion worth of US goods — here’s what’s getting hit

Canada slapped tariffs on more than $12 billion worth of US goods on Sunday in response to US President Donald Trump's tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum. The Canadian measures target a wide range of goods, including steel, whiskey, body wash, lawn mowers, and boats.
President Donald Trump

Trump’s trade policy is a rerun of a terrible 1980s policy where ‘American consumers were the biggest losers’

President Donald Trump's attempts to protect US steel and aluminum industries is a re-run of protectionist policies in the 1980s. Those policies ended up costing American more and doing little to help boost US companies.