Canada-China Spat Could Sink Seafood Exports, Experts Say

Atlantic Canadian seafood exports could be the next target in growing trade tensions between Canada and China, something experts say would deal a huge blow to the industry.

China, a major market for Canadian canola, is no longer importing the product, citing contamination concerns, something producers say is unwarranted.

But some have suggested that the block has more to do with Canada’s decision to arrest Meng Wanzhouin in December, vice-president of Chinese tech giant Huawei and daughter of the company’s CEO.

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