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Global Markets: President Trump complains about Canada

By Commodity News Service Canada
WINNIPEG, Feb. 13, 2018 (CNS) – The following is a glance at the
news moving markets in Canada and globally.
United States President Donald Trump complained about
Canadian trade practices on Monday during the unveiling of his
long awaited infrastructure plan. In a lengthy session with
reporters Trump complained about countries considered allies of
the U.S. specifically mentioning Canada, stating that Canada
wasn’t treating the U.S. right in terms of farming and crossing
borders. He then threatened some kind of a reciprocal tax in a

vague reference.
The CEO of Harley-Davidson Inc., Matt Levatich, pleaded
with investors in an interview with Reuters Tuesday to be
patient with the company’s strategy to turn around the slump in
demand for motorcycles. Levatich said the company is not
exploring a merger with a rival or private equity buyout but
instead spending millions of dollars on product development and
marketing efforts.
Google is set to debut emails which will automatically
update. The company announced Tuesday in a blog its plans to use
software on its Gmail platform which would enable emails to
continuously update information and greater interactivity. For
example users would automatically see updated flight information
in a booking confirmation email and would be able to fill out
surveys without leaving a message.

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