Hey Mr. Trump, when it comes to trade, even America has its sacred cows

This is the first instalment in Access Denied, a four-part series on protectionism in Canada and beyond

In 2002, a former Brazilian engineer born into a family of cattle ranchers and sugar farmers took on the United States government. Pedro Camargo, who had joined Brazil’s Department of Agriculture following a mid-life career change, believed the U.S. was unfairly subsidizing its cotton industry. At his urging, the Brazilian government lodged a complaint at the World Trade Organization and...

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