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Charming, humorous, insightful, informative and a distinguished world leader, Brian Mulroney is the architect of international commerce who transformed Canada into an economic and political influence in the world.
As Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney brought Canada to the forefront of the West. He aligned with President Reagan and Prime Minister Thatcher to create a Western triumvirate, ushering in both global transformation and domestic prosperity. As leader of a country whose survival depended on trade, Mulroney was one of the architects of today's global economy. Mulroney presided over sweeping reforms to make Canada more economically competitive. His achievements include the Canada-U.S. Acid Rain Treaty, tax reform, deregulation, privatization and significant reductions in government spending, which helped pave the way for a new Canadian millennium. Mulroney—now a senior partner at the Montreal law firm Norton Rose Fulbright and author of Memoirs: 1939-1993—continues to be a force for both change and stability. He understands how security, infrastructure and global health concerns influence trade policy, investment and business climate both domestically and overseas. One of the most eloquent and humorous leaders on the world stage, Mulroney shares his insight on North America's role in establishing and maintaining markets in a world emerging into new economic consciousness.
Brian Mulroney: liberty, free trade, referenda & the importance of strong leadership
Brian Mulroney on Trump and trade
Doctor of Laws honoris causa Brian Mulroney
Brian Mulroney says government is doing ‘right thing’ in NAFTA talks
Remarks by Brian Mulroney
Last night's event was a fantastic success and Mr. Mulroney was brilliant. We have received nothing but rave reviews from people who attended and Mr. Mulroney delivered everything that he said he would and more. He was a pleasure to deal with.Fleiser & Associates