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World Trade Online
U.S. ag groups warn of NAFTA complications if Mexican avocado restrictions persist

September 29 2017

Negotiations to update sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) measures in a new North American Free Trade Agreement could be complicated if the U.S. Department of Agriculture fails to sign off on a plan to allow more..

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World Trade Online
Guajardo: NAFTA countries have ‘substantive challenges to overcome’ at round four

September 27 2017

Mexico’s economy minister on Wednesday cautioned that the next round of NAFTA talks -- when the most contentious issues are set to be formally discussed

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World Trade Online
Lighthizer: ISDS, sunset proposals will have ‘unified’ administration backing

September 27 2017

When controversial ideas for investor-state dispute settlement and a sunset clause tied to the trade deficit are finalized and proposed at the fourth round of NAFTA talks they will have the full backing of all agencies within the administration

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World Trade Online
Former Mexican trade official: Mexico may need NAFTA to spur reform

September 27 2017

Mexico could use an updated NAFTA to enact reforms needed to address “serious challenges” – including corruption and security – facing the country, Luz Maria de la Mora, a former Mexican trade official

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World Trade Online
Sources: USTR shared NAFTA proposals with Capitol Hill despite interagency opposition

September 27 2017

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative has shared controversial proposals it intends to table in the NAFTA negotiations with the congressional committees of jurisdiction even though other

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The Wall Street Journal
U.S. Proposes to Boost Nafta’s Labor Standards

September 27 2017

The Trump administration on Tuesday introduced a proposal aimed at boosting labor standards among the member countries in the North American Free Trade Agreement, but it earned an immediate rebuke from union officials for falling short.

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The Wall Street Journal
U.S. Floats Nafta Proposal That Could Erode Copyright-Liability Protection

September 26 2017

The U.S. has floated copyright language in North American Free Trade Agreement talks that could erode internet companies’ liability protections for pirated content, according to lobbyists and congressional aides familiar with the negotiations.

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World Trade Online
Former Trump adviser: NAFTA sunset provision makes good business sense

September 26 2017

Former Trump campaign adviser Dan DiMicco, who leads the free-market Coalition for a Prosperous America, thinks the Trump administration's hope for a “sunset” provision in a retooled NAFTA is simply good business.

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World Trade Online
Q&A: Talking NAFTA with Canada's shadow foreign minister

September 26 2017

Inside U.S. Trade's Jack Caporal, in Ottawa for the third round of NAFTA talks, sat down with Erin O'Toole, the Conservative opposition party’s shadow foreign minister in Canada’s House of Commons, to talk about how he sees the talks progressing

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World Trade Online
Sources: NAFTA IP chapter suggests USTR could favor content industry approach

September 26 2017

The U.S. this week put forward a NAFTA proposal on intellectual property that could move away from Trans-Pacific Partnership language on “balance” and safe harbor liability protections -- suggesting that the Trump administration favors an approach the content industry

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Bloomberg
Nafta Negotiators Turn to Thorny Issue Just as Ministers Arrive

September 26 2017

Negotiators are set to focus on one of the most controversial topics in talks to update the North American Free Trade Agreement -- the rules governing the source of inputs for manufactured goods -- as administration officials from the U.S. and Mexico arrive in Canada

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The Wall Street Journal
Nafta Trade Talks in ‘Bread and Butter’ Phase, Haven’t Heated Up Yet

September 26 2017

Parties renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement are making progress on “bread and butter” commerce issues here in the Canadian capital, senior Canadian and U.S. officials said Monday, but little headway on such items as how to resolve trade disputes”

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Reuters
Top U.S. NAFTA negotiator sees no problem with pace of talks

September 25 2017

The top U.S. negotiator at talks to modernize the NAFTA trade pact on Monday dismissed questions about why his team had so far failed to produce specific proposals on key issues, saying “I don’t see a problem.”

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World Trade Online
Levin: No Democratic support for NAFTA without Mexican labor reform

September 25 2017

Rep. Sander Levin (D-MI), a key Democrat on the House Ways and Means committee, said Monday that the labor text the U.S. was considering tabling at the third round of North American Free Trade Agreement talks was not robust enough to address Mexican labor issues

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NY Times
Survey: Economists see no gain from NAFTA renegotiation

September 24 2017

Most business economists expect the Trump administration's efforts to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement will make no difference.

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Reuters
U.S. to partially unveil key NAFTA proposal, talks seen dragging

September 24 2017

U.S. trade negotiators will only partially unveil new text on modifying a key chapter on investment under NAFTA, two well-placed sources said on Sunday.

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World Trade Online
Verheul: Some NAFTA chapters could be closed out during the third round

September 24 2017

The U.S., Canada and Mexico could close out some NAFTA chapters during the third round of talks this week, Canada's chief NAFTA negotiator said on Sunday.

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World Trade Online
USTR to propose labor, IP text, but hold off on most controversial ideas at third NAFTA round

September 24 2017

At the third round of NAFTA renegotiation talks, the U.S. is tabling text in areas like intellectual property, government procurement, labor and investment that some have described as “unorthodox,” but holding off -- for now -- on advancing a controversial sunset clause and dispute settlement proposals, sources said.

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The Wall Street Journal
A Nafta Exit Would Be a Rotten Deal

September 24 2017

Imagine the scene a year from now: The U.S. unemployment rate is climbing. Crops in the heartland are rotting. Consumer prices are rising. Manufacturers are moving abroad. This vision isn’t so far-fetched when you consider the increasingly precarious state of play in the effort to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement.

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World Trade Online
USTR sends trade remedy notice to Congress; earliest date for Trump to sign a new NAFTA now late March

September 24 2017

The Trump administration on Friday notified the congressional committees of jurisdiction of NAFTA proposals that may require changes to U.S. trade remedy law, a procedural step that starts a 180-day clock before President Trump can sign a new agreement that can then move to congressional consideration and implementation.

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World Trade Online
Videgaray: Addressing labor in NAFTA is in Mexico's 'best interest'

September 22 2017

Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray Caso said Friday it was “absolutely” possible that a renegotiated NAFTA would include language addressing Mexico's labor conditions and wages..

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The Wall Street Journal
With Latest Nafta Proposals, U.S. Takes on Bigger Targets, Critics

September 22 2017

The Trump administration plans to take aim at the areas of the North American Free Trade Agreement it finds most objectionable as negotiators for the U.S., Canada and Mexico gather Saturday in Ottawa, setting the stage for a contentious third round of talks.

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World Trade Online
Ross, numbers in hand, names auto rules of origin as a NAFTA redo centerpiece

September 21 2017

Armed with numbers he says prove the “falsity” of arguments that trade deficits with NAFTA partners are “not worrisome,” Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, focusing on automotive rules of origin, writes this week that “these NAFTA rules are killing us.

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Politico
USTR considers non-binding dispute settlement mechanism in NAFTA

September 21 2017

he United States is considering dropping a binding mechanism in NAFTA for resolving government-to-government trade disputes in favor of a softer advisory system, sources following the talks told Morning Trade..

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Washington Post
Wilbur Ross: These NAFTA rules are killing our jobs

September 21 2017

As the North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations unfold, there is a lot of loose talk being exchanged about automobile parts going back and forth among the United States, Canada and Mexico. NAFTA supporters assert that the U.S. content in cars assembled in Canada and Mexico..

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NY Times
Trump Team Readies for Nafta Fight Over Making Goods in America

September 21 2017

As negotiators from Canada, Mexico and the United States head to Ottawa this weekend for a third round of North American Free Trade Agreement talks, the Trump administration is releasing data it says proves the playing field is tilted against American manufacturers.

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AP
Canadian retailers see potential NAFTA change as threat

September 21 2017

A Canadian looking for a high-end men's shoe from can buy it from a major online retailer in the U.S. or get it for 25 percent less at the bustling Eaton Centre mall in downtown Toronto.

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Bloomberg
Nafta Countries Gather With ‘Narrow Path’ to Getting Quick Deal

September 21 2017

North American trading partners are downplaying expectations for major progress from talks to update the free-trade agreement that resume in Ottawa on Saturday, even as the clock runs down on their goal of getting a quick deal.

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World Trade Online
Northwest lawmakers urge USTR to abandon seasonal produce proposal in NAFTA 2.0

September 21 2017

A bipartisan coalition of lawmakers from the northwestern U.S. is urging U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to abandon a possible NAFTA proposal that would enable seasonal produce growers to seek antidumping and countervailing duties, arguing such a provision would harm the competitiveness of U.S. producers.

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World Trade Online
Former trade officials: NAFTA 2.0 talks likely to take much longer than negotiators hope

September 21 2017

Domestic political issues in the U.S. and Mexico are complicating efforts to renegotiate the North American Free Trade agreement and putting in jeopardy a shared goal of forging a new deal quickly, several former government officials said Thursday.

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World Trade Online
Outside voices: Administration should 'expand its digital trade agenda' for NAFTA

September 20 2017

The Trump administration should “expand its digital trade agenda for the NAFTA renegotiation beyond the objectives released by the U.S. trade representative,” argues Anupam Chander, a visiting professor at Georgetown University Law Center, in a Sept. 18 Council on Foreign Relations

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World Trade Online
Poll: Canadians support stronger environmental protections via NAFTA

September 20 2017

As Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pushes what he calls a “progressive” trade agenda for the renegotiation of NAFTA – with environmental protection a key goal – a new poll finds broad support in Canada for stronger environmental protections via a retooled deal.

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Politico
U.S. Chamber hits road in Midwest to discuss Trump trade

September 19 2017

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is shining the spotlight this week on seven Midwest states that depend heavily on foreign trade for economic growth by sending one of its top executives on a road trip.

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World Trade Online
Lighthizer on bilaterals: 'You can enforce them more easily'

September 19 2017

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Monday reiterated the Trump administration's strong preference for bilateral trade deals rather than multilateral or plurilateral agreements – in part, he said, because one-on-one deals are easier to enforce..

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World Trade Online
As NAFTA round three approaches, confirmation process for trade nominees remains stalled

September 19 2017

The Trump administration is heading into a third round of NAFTA negotiations while it pursues a Section 301 investigation into Chinese intellectual property practices and holds talks with South Korea about amending a bilateral free trade agreement -- all without deputies and other senior staff in place within the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.

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World Trade Online
Steel interests try to sway Trump administration on government procurement policies

September 19 2017

Steel producers want the Trump administration to keep domestic content programs in place, and some are advocating more in future trade agreements, according to comments submitted to the Commerce Department and the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.

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NY Times
G.M. Workers Strike in Canada as Mexico Jobs Raise Tension

September 18 2017

Workers at a General Motors assembly plant in Ontario went on strike late Sunday as union leaders reported an impasse in talks to keep Canadian jobs from moving to Mexico.

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NY Times
Push for Nafta Overhaul May Fall Short, U.S. Negotiator Says

September 18 2017

The top United States trade negotiator said Monday that it was unclear whether Canada, Mexico and the United States could reach a deal to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement within the ambitious timetable set by the Trump administration.

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World Trade Online
USW executive slams right-to-work laws, commends Canadian NAFTA proposal

September 18 2017

United Steelworkers International Vice President for Human Affairs Fred Redmond last week commended Canada's push for a new NAFTA provision aimed at striking right-to-work laws in the U.S., arguing that they hurt workers and weakens labor unions' abilities to collectively bargain.

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World Trade Online
Lighthizer uncertain about NAFTA’s conclusion; says WTO can’t handle China

September 18 2017

The breakneck pace of North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations does not guarantee a conclusion by year’s end, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said Monday during a speech that covered a range of topics -- including China’s trade and economic policies, which he claimed the World Trade Organization is unable to manage.

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World Trade Online
MacNaughton: Including softwood lumber in NAFTA would complicate deal

September 15 2017

Canada’s ambassador to the U.S., David MacNaughton, said Thursday that rolling softwood lumber talks into the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement could throw a wrench into the effort to resolve the long-standing dispute between the U.S. and Canada.

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Reuters
Mexico-U.S. trade would survive any NAFTA rupture: Mexico foreign minister

September 15 2017

Trade between the United States and Mexico would not end if the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was terminated, Mexico’s foreign minister said on Friday.

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World Trade Online
Roberts, Portman pan NAFTA sunset clause

September 15 2017

Two Republican Senate Finance Committee members believe a sunset clause in NAFTA, as described by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, is a bad idea, arguing it would undermine certainty and predictability needed for the deal to be a boon for businesses.

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World Trade Online
PIIE analysis: NAFTA domestic content rule for autos could ‘backfire’

September 15 2017

Adding an automotive domestic-content requirement in a retooled NAFTA may well “backfire,” potentially reducing North American auto production and failing to promote U.S. manufacturing, according to a Peterson Institute for International Economics analysis of the potential implications of a U.S. effort to raise NAFTA’s rules-of-origin requirements..

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World Trade Online
Mexican ambassador: Smaller businesses among ‘most important’ NAFTA priorities

September 14 2017

Mexico's ambassador to the U.S. is focusing on increased benefits for small and medium-sized enterprises as the renegotiation of NAFTA proceeds..

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World Trade Online
Pascrell ‘rather pleased’ with direction of NAFTA talks

September 14 2017

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer appears to be “headed in the right direction” as the renegotiation of NAFTA proceeds, Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-NJ) told Inside U.S. Trade on Thursday.

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The Wall Street Journal
Trump Trade Official Proposes Nafta ‘Sunset Clause’

September 14 2017

A top Trump trade official said he wants to inject a “sunset clause” into the North American Free Trade Agreement, resurfacing one of the administration’s most provocative trade ideas and drawing a swift rebuke from Mexican and Canadian officials

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World Trade Online
Sources: Ross told senator 232 report will come after tax reform is done

September 14 2017

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has told a Democratic senator that his agency’s remedy report on an investigation into the national security impacts of steel imports will not be issued until tax reform legislation is passed, sources told Inside U.S. Trade.

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World Trade Online
Sources: Fourth NAFTA round set for Oct. 11-15 in Washington, DC, area

September 13 2017

The fourth round of North American Free Trade Agreement modernization talks will be held Oct. 11-15 in the Washington, DC, area, sources tell Inside U.S. Trade..

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World Trade Online
Portman: NAFTA should not include full Communications Decency Act protections for ISPs

September 12 2017

An updated NAFTA should not provide internet service providers with all of the protections now granted to them under U.S. law because those provisions inadvertently shield human traffickers, Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) said on Tuesday.

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World Trade Online
Outside views: Former Mexican diplomat says NAFTA underpins U.S-Mexico cooperation

September 11 2017

Jorge Guajardo, a former Mexican ambassador to China, is warning that NAFTA's dissolution would lead Mexico to stop working with the U.S. on a range of issues including immigration enforcement, drug trafficking and counterterrorism.

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World Trade Online
Trudeau: Most opposition to NAFTA gender chapter coming from within Canada

September 11 2017

Most of the opposition to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's push for gender equality chapter in a new North American Free Trade Agreement has come from Canada's minority party, the Conservatives, rather than from the U.S. and Mexico, Trudeau said on Monday.

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Politico
Ross calls NAFTA withdrawal 'right thing' to do if 2.0 talks fail

September 10 2017

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Friday backed President Donald Trump's ever-present threat of terminating NAFTA, saying that withdrawal would be “the right thing” to do if trilateral talks between Mexico, Canada and the U.S. are not successful.

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World Trade Online
Ross: NAFTA negotiators tackling easiest issues first to gain momentum

September 8 2017

The U.S., Canada and Mexico are working through the least controversial issues first in NAFTA talks in an attempt to gain steam for the rest of the negotiations, which are bound to prove trickier, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said today.

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Financial Times
More rights for Mexican workers will benefit US jobs and trade

September 7 2017

President Donald Trump campaigned on ripping up the North American Free Trade Agreement, while his administration is now reportedly seeking merely to “modernise” it. Neither of these extremes will pave a better path for workers in the US or in Mexico. The real way forward is to address the huge wage disparity between the two nations driven by the lack of basic labour rights in Mexico.

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World Trade Online
House Homeland Security chair warns that Trump may push Mexico toward China

September 7 2017

House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul (R-TX) thinks President Trump’s fiery and divisive rhetoric toward Mexico is doing more harm than good in the NAFTA negotiations, saying on Thursday that lawmakers south of the border are willing to expand trade with China if talks and relations with the U.S. sour..

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Financial Times
Looking through Trump’s bluster on Nafta

September 6 2017

The most intense focus on US politics over the past month has rightly been on neo-Nazis in Charlottesville and President Donald Trump’s latest pandering to anti-immigrant sentiment by vowing to end the legal respite Barack Obama gave to undocumented people brought to the US as children.

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World Trade Online
Canadian Conservative leader wants 'social issues' left out of NAFTA

September 6 2017

The leader of Canada's opposition party is criticizing the Trudeau government for using the NAFTA renegotiation to address social issues rather than focusing mainly on market access for goods and services..

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The Wall Street Journal
U.S., Canada, Mexico Make Minor Progress on Nafta Talks

September 6 2017

U.S., Canadian and Mexican officials, buffeted by political disagreements and controversial moves by the Trump administration, notched relatively minor progress in recent days in a big push to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement this year..

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World Trade Online
Lighthizer: Congressional passage of NAFTA 2.0 the ‘fundamental question,’ but not yet the focus

September 5 2017

MEXICO CITY -- U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said Tuesday he does not yet have a plan for how to ensure a modernized NAFTA can win congressional approval because his initial focus is to secure a deal that is agreed to by Mexico and Canada -- and President Trump..

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Wall Street Journal
Canada Emerges as a Tough Negotiator in Nafta Talks

September 5 2017

For months, President Donald Trump has pointed the finger at Mexico as the source of U.S. trade deficits in North America, and U.S. officials are pushing for new provisions in the 23-year-old trade pact that would make it harder for Mexican manufacturers to send goods to the U.S. duty free..

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Washington Post
Mexico's low wages are under fire at NAFTA negotiations

September 5 2017

Mexico's low wages have become an increasing point of debate as the second round of negotiations on the North American Free Trade Agreement moved into their fourth day Monday.

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Washington Post
NAFTA Talks Progress on Energy, Telecoms, Customs: Lobby Group

September 5 2017

Trade negotiators from Canada, the United States and Mexico have made headway on issues including energy, small businesses and telecommunications in talks to revamp the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the head of a top business lobby said on Monday..

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Reuters
U.S. autos content demands loom as obstacle in NAFTA talks

September 5 2017

NAFTA negotiators discussed rules of origin on Monday as the Trump administration’s expected demand for U.S.-specific automotive content requirements was emerging as a major obstacle to a deal, auto industry lobbyists said..

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Reuters
NAFTA negotiators seek to enshrine Mexico's energy reforms

September 4 2017

U.S., Canadian and Mexican negotiators are zeroing in on ways to enshrine Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto’s sweeping energy reforms into a modernized North American Free Trade Agreement, Mexico’s chief negotiator said on Saturday.

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NY Times
Factbox: Key Issues in the NAFTA Renegotiations

September 4 2017

Negotiators from Canada, Mexico and the United States are meeting for a second round of talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, amid threats by U.S. President Donald Trump to pull out of the deal.

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NY Times
Sharp Differences Over Labor Surface at NAFTA Talks in Mexico

September 4 2017

Tensions over sharp differences in pay between Mexican workers and their Canadian and U.S. counterparts surfaced on Sunday as negotiators discussed labor market rules in talks to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement.

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Washington Post
As NAFTA talks resume, Mexicans say Trump is wrong to focus on the deficit

September 3 2017

In four days of North American free-trade talks opening here Friday, many numbers will be bandied about. To the dismay of Mexicans, one of them, $63 billion, stands above all the rest.

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The Wall Street Journal
U.S., Mexico Spar on Nafta

September 3 2017

Trump threatens to withdraw from trade deal and then Mexico says it too could walk away as talks resume

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World Trade Online
Canada pushing regulatory cooperation in second round of NAFTA talks

September 3 2017

The Canadian government is pushing for stronger regulatory cooperation provisions during the second round of NAFTA renegotiation talks, hoping to move beyond the U.S.-Canada Regulatory Cooperation Council established by the Obama and Harper governments in 2011, according to Canadian stakeholders.

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World Trade Online
Canada seeking language on multilateral environment agreements in NAFTA

September 3 2017

Canada has proposed a new NAFTA chapter on environmental provisions that includes a commitment to multilateral environmental agreements, which is expected to be a non-starter for the U.S., sources said.

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World Trade Online
Canadian labor leader: Ross advocating a NAFTA auto rule of origin above 70 percent

September 2 2017

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross would like to see the NAFTA renegotiation result in a rule of origin for autos requiring that more than 70 percent of a vehicle come from the NAFTA region, Canadian union leader Jerry Dias said on Friday.

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World Trade Online
Second NAFTA round kicks off slowly; negotiators set to tackle thornier issues on Labor Day

September 1, 2017

The second round of North American Free Trade Agreement modernization talks got off to a slow start on Friday -- much like the first round did last month -- as negotiators girded for more contentious discussions later in the session..

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World Trade Online
Mexican labor leaders stage rally to demand more transparency in NAFTA talks

September 1, 2017

The rally, organized by Mexican independent labor union leaders, took place in front of the Palacio Legislativo de San Lázaro -- which houses the Mexican Congress -- on the day that President Enrique Peña Nieto was slated to submit his annual report to the legislative body.

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Politico
Business anxiety rises as NAFTA talks restart

September 1, 2017

President Donald Trump has threatened to withdraw entirely from the North American Free Trade Agreement in recent days and repeatedly accused Mexico and Canada of being difficult in renegotiations.

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Bloomberg
Here’s What’s on the Table in the Second Round of Nafta Talks

September 1, 2017

Negotiators from the U.S., Canada and Mexico will focus on topics including e-commerce and investment as the second round of talks to update the North American Free Trade Agreement get underway in Mexico City on Friday.

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Wall Street Journal
U.S., Mexico Sparring Before Nafta Talks Sets Dim Tone

September 1, 2017

U.S. President Donald Trump has jolted the tone of the meetings with renewed calls to pull out of the 23-year-old deal linking the economies of the U.S., Canada and Mexico—a drastic course U.S. officials said he came close to pursuing in April before backing down and agreeing instead to negotiate.

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NY Times
Mexico, Canada to Stay in NAFTA Even if U.S. Leaves: Minister

September 1, 2017

Mexico and Canada would remain in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) even if the Trump administration abandoned the accord, Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said on Thursday

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