What happens if I’m in a trade dispute with Canada and I have to buy from a foreign retailer?
Google News article Google, which has long been an advocate of open markets, announced this week that it will stop supporting e commerce transactions with Canada as of April 1, 2019.
Google’s move follows a series of court rulings in the U.S. and elsewhere that have limited the ability of companies to engage in online commerce with each other.
The company has since removed some of the more than 2 million pages that used e commerce for shopping, and many other websites and apps that allow people to shop with one another.
In Canada, Google’s move is part of a broader crackdown on the internet’s ability to connect consumers with retailers, a trend that is increasingly impacting the broader U.K. economy.
Google said the move “is aimed at providing greater transparency and clarity to Canadians regarding how they can access the products and services offered by merchants in Canada.”
In the U-K., Google said it will continue to operate a marketplace in the province of Wales where people can buy and sell online, but “we will not be selling online services in the United Kingdom in the future.”
Google’s decision follows an earlier decision in May from the U,K.
Home Affairs, which said that it would stop supporting the sale of online shopping services in Canada and other countries.
In a statement, Google said: “This change will allow us to provide more clarity and transparency to Canadians about our policies and practices, and will allow consumers to find the products, services and online communities they need in their area of choice.”
Canada has long had a complicated relationship with the internet, where it has had to work to maintain a level playing field.
The U.k. has been one of the world’s biggest online markets for many years, and the country has also been a major hub for international shopping.
The country has struggled to attract and retain foreign investment and has also struggled with a series.
It is also an increasingly important market for Google’s search business, which is increasingly focused on building up its presence in Asia and Latin America.