Trump trade negotiator warns that Canada is running out of time

The Bellingham Herald / New York Times News Service

If the trade agreement changes, it could impact Whatcom County in a variety of ways, including labor mobility, a weaker Canadian dollar and fewer goods crossing the border Laurie Trautman, director at Western Washington University’s Border Policy Research Institute, told The Bellingham Herald for a story in June 2018.

According to that story, there’s a wide variety of products and commodities going through the Whatcom County border each day, according to a study based on data from Whatcom Council of Governments and put together by the Port of Bellingham.

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