Canada unlikely to be hit hard by changes the United States wants to make to the NAFTA trade accord.
President says he'll meet with Canadian PM Justin Trudeau and Mexico's Enrique Pena Nieto to talk security, immigration and trade.
Executives at Ford, Fiat Chrysler and other automakers said during interviews at the auto show their investment decisions are driven by business considerations, not Trump's comments.
Chinese president Xi Jinping says the country will 'open more' to the outside world; New Zealand PM says China will fill any void created by Trump.
America's partners should consider what they might ask if Trump reopens longstanding bargains.
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Diplomats are stressing Canada's value as a trade partner amid protectionist proposals and talk of renegotiating NAFTA.
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