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The Wall Street Journal
As Nafta Tensions Simmer, Canada Pursues Trade With Asia

Noviembre 30 2017

Canada is pursuing expanded trade with China as part of a pivot to Asia that comes as significant differences cast a shadow over negotiations to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement.

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Politico
Trump’s idea of new NAFTA deal is ‘take, take, take,’ Canadian envoy says

Noviembre 30 2017

The United States promised Canada and Mexico a new "win, win, win" NAFTA deal, but the Trump administration's approach is more like “take, take, take,” Canada’s ambassador to the United States told POLITICO.

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World Trade Online
USTR: GATT provides the basis for treating China as a non-market economy

Noviembre 30 2017

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative has for the first time advanced a detailed legal argument for why it believes World Trade Organization rules allow the U.S. to continue treating China as a non-market economy in antidumping cases.

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World Trade Online
Fitch Ratings report cites NAFTA as an 'increasing risk' to U.S. automakers

Noviembre 30 2017

The Trump administration is “the most protectionist government since the 1930s,” Canada’s international trade minister, François-Philippe Champagne, said this week.

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World Trade Online
Canada's trade minister: Trump administration the 'most protectionist since the 1930s'

Noviembre 30 2017

The Trump administration is “the most protectionist government since the 1930s,” Canada’s international trade minister, François-Philippe Champagne, said this week.

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World Trade Online
USTR asks ITC for supplemental information in solar 201 investigation

Noviembre 29 2017

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has asked the U.S. International Trade Commission for additional information in the Section 201 probe into solar imports, focusing in his request on so-called “unforeseen developments” -- an issue that sources say has contributed to U.S. losses in previous safeguard challenges at the World Trade Organization

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World Trade Online
Guajardo: Domestic content requirement ‘not viable at this point’ for Mexican industry

Noviembre 29 2017

“Rather than having a counterproposal ready, we first want to understand the position of the U.S. in terms of technicalities of that proposal,” he told reporters on Nov. 28 after a two-day visit to Washington, DC..

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Politico
Roberts asked to talk NAFTA; Trump asked for a rain check

Noviembre 29 2017

President Donald Trump’s trip to Capitol Hill on Tuesday to meet with Senate Republicans naturally focused on rallying votes on the tax-cut bill, but Senate Agriculture Chairman Pat Roberts couldn’t resist the chance to raise the agriculture industry's concerns over the NAFTA renegotiation.

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The Washington post
The U.S. dominates the world of big data. But Trump’s NAFTA demands could put that at risk

Noviembre 29 2017

In the nearly 10 hours that it takes a Boeing 737 to fly from Sao Paulo to New York, its twin engines will transmit a flood of digital data roughly equivalent to 15,000 Blu-ray movies. That electronic Niagara provides a continuous readout on the jet’s performance, giving ground-based technicians a head start on unanticipated repairs and reducing costly down time..

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Secretaría de Economía
El Secretario de Economía realiza gira de trabajo a la ciudad de Washington, D.C.

Noviembre 28 2017

Los días 28 y 29 de noviembre de 2017, el Secretario de Economía, Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal, realiza una visita de trabajo a la ciudad de Washington, D.C. El propósito de esta visita es reunirse con funcionarios de alto nivel y legisladores de Estados Unidos, a fin de tratar diversos temas de la agenda bilateral, en particular, el avance en las negociaciones sobre la modernización del Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte (TLCAN).

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Bloomberg
Balance of Power: Mexico Got the Short End of the Nafta Stick

November 28 2017

U.S. President Donald Trump gives the impression all of Nafta’s benefits have flowed south of the Rio Grande. Mexicans might beg to differ.

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Bloomberg 
The Nafta Years Have Been Terrible for Mexican Growth

November 28 2017

Poor countries are expected to grow faster than rich ones, and they need to. Trade agreements are supposed to help. Yet by almost any benchmark -- certainly the ones trumpeted by the deal’s architects a quarter-century ago -- the Mexican economy’s performance has been dismal.

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Politico
Canada’s NAFTA gamble

November 27 2017

Canada’s strategy of siding with Mexico in the NAFTA talks could take a dangerous turn as the United States questions why Ottawa is opposing U.S. proposals that the Trump administration believes could help workers north of the border

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The Wall Street Journal
Why Your Flat-Screen TV Would Cost More If Nafta Ends

November 27 2017

One of the biggest potential casualties of the trade scuffle under way between Mexico and the U.S. is also one of America’s favorite consumer products: cheap, high-definition, flat-panel televisions.

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World Trade Online
Lighthizer and Pence discuss NAFTA, rule of origin with ‘big three’ auto executives

November 27 2017

Executives from the “big three” automakers on Monday met with Vice President Mike Pence and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to discuss trade and the industry’s concerns with the U.S. proposal on the NAFTA automotive rule of origin.

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World Trade Online
Lighthizer to attend White House meeting on NAFTA with big three auto CEOs

November 27 2017

Executives from the “big three” automakers on Monday will meet with Vice President Mike Pence and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to discuss trade -- a meeting the CEOs pushed for to reiterate at the highest levels their opposition to the U.S. auto rule-of-origin proposal in the NAFTA talks, sources told Inside U.S. Trade.

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Financial Times
U.S. bid to include Mexico reform in NAFTA stalls telecom talks

November 27 2017

A U.S. proposal to enshrine measures targeting Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim’s America Movil thwarted NAFTA negotiators’ goal to reach a deal on telecommunications issues during the latest talks, according to three sources with knowledge of the matter.

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Financial Times
Nafta talks head for a winter chill

November 23 2017

Carlos Salinas, the Mexican president who signed the original North American Free Trade Agreement into existence, was back in the public eye last week promoting his aptly named and aptly timed new book about the 1990s trade treaty, Allies and Adversaries.

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Financial Times
Agustín Carstens urges US to maintain leadership in world economy

November 22 2017

The outgoing Mexican central bank governor, a leading figure in global finance, has urged the US to maintain its “openness and leadership in the world economy” and warned that weaker international rules would hurt business in the US and worldwide.

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Bloomberg
Trump Pushes to Limit Facebook and Google’s Liability in Nafta

November 22 2017

The Trump administration is pushing to add legal protections in Nafta that would limit the liability of internet giants such as Google and Facebook

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Bloomberg
Trump's Hopes for Quick Nafta Deal Are Dimming as Talks Slow

November 22 2017

The Nafta round ended Tuesday in Mexico City with negotiators failing to finalize new agreements on even minor sections of the pact. In some of his bluntest remarks since the talks began

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Financial Times
Mexico boosts minimum wage, though less than business leaders had urged

November 22 2017

Bittersweet news for Mexico’s poorest workers: the government is raising the minimum wage.

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CNBC
Trump's NAFTA trade war may derail some small-business manufacturers

November 22 2017

Susan Cary-Hanson just wants a seat at the table for small businesses like hers when it comes to trade negotiations. The co-CEO and owner of PGC Solutions, a small manufacturer that makes custom parts for companies including Deere and Bobcat, has concerns about how potential

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Washington Post
US trade rep concerned after latest round of NAFTA talks

November 22 2017

The United States’ trade representative has expressed concerns on a lack of progress in the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement at the conclusion of the fifth round of talks in Mexico City

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World Trade Online
Sources: Mexico, Canada holding back on NAFTA counterproposals hoping U.S. softens its stances

November 21 2017

Canadian and Mexican negotiators have refrained from countering many of the most controversial U.S. proposals at the fifth round of NAFTA talks because they believe the U.S. eventually will be forced to reconcile those offerings with the concerns of Congress and the U.S. business and agriculture communities

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Reuters
Mexico's presidential front-runner vows stable economy; aide urges NAFTA delay

November 21 2017

Mexico’s leftist presidential hopeful Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador vowed on Monday to boost infrastructure spending but guard economic stability, while his team reiterated that ongoing NAFTA talks should be put off until after next year’s election.

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Reuters
NAFTA nations lock horns on U.S. auto demands as fifth round ends

November 21 2017

Negotiators from the United States, Mexico and Canada square off on Tuesday for the last time in a fifth round of talks to rework the North American Free Trade Agreement

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The Wall Street Journal
Wilbur Ross Talks About Bilateral vs. Multilateral Trade

November 21 2017

President Donald Trump, who has called for new trade deals since he hit the campaign trail, made it clear on his recent trip to Asia that the U.S. will drop out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. The North American Free Trade Agreement, meanwhile, is being renegotiated.

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The Wall Street Journal
Steven Mnuchin Talks Taxes and Trade

November 21 2017

It’s a time of tremendous confidence in the U.S. economy and stock market. But there are large question marks about the immediate and long-term prospects—from proposed tax changes to the fate of trade deals.

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World Trade Online
Sources: Mexico tables government procurement proposal based on reciprocal effective access

November 21 2017

MEXICO CITY -- Mexican negotiators have put forward a NAFTA proposal on government procurement that would limit U.S. government procurement access in Mexico to the effective market access Mexican companies are awarded in the U.S., sources told Inside U.S. Trade.

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Bloomberg
Texas Businesses Tell Congress They Want to Keep Nafta Largely Intact

November 20 2017

At the border of Mexico, heads of Texas industries ranging from energy to farming are saying they’d like to keep Nafta largely intact with minor modifications.

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Politico
NAFTA round 5 a slow-go in Mexico

November 20 2017

The fifth round of talks has two days left, but there’s little hope for major progress after three days of meetings in Mexico were marked by little fanfare. Round 5 formally kicked off on Friday

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World Trade Online
Canada, Mexico won’t counter U.S. auto proposal; will ask for technical details instead

November 20 2017

Canadian and Mexican negotiators are not planning to offer alternatives to the U.S. proposal to add a domestic content component to the North American Free Trade Agreement’s auto rule of origin and increase the regional value content requirement, but instead will ask the U.S. to explain how it believes the approach would benefit the region, sources told Inside U.S. Trade.

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World Trade Online
NAFTA regulatory cooperation talks said to be bogged down by U.S. concerns over sovereignty

November 20 2017

Discussions on a regulatory cooperation chapter in a retooled North American Free Trade Agreement have hit a logjam because negotiators are hesitant to commit to anything that could be perceived as imposing on U.S. sovereignty, sources told Inside U.S. Trade.

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World Trade Online
Bipartisan Senate group calls for a 'robust' analysis of NAFTA proposals' effect on agriculture

November 20 2017

The Commerce Department should conduct a “robust economic analysis” of how U.S.-proposed NAFTA changes would affect the agricultural sector, according to a group of 18 senators.

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World Trade Online
Chamber: NAFTA withdrawal would hit states that voted Trump hardest

November 17 2017

If President Trump follows through on his threat to withdraw from the NAFTA, the impact would be hardest felt by the states that helped elect him, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce argues in a new effort to salvage the trade deal.

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Politico
The missing labor piece of the NAFTA puzzle

November 17 2017

Hopes of a major breakthrough on NAFTA’s labor provisions during this current round of talks are not high. And labor and public interest groups are questioning whether the Trump administration, despite prior promises, will make any effort to press Mexico to increase its labor and wage standards.

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CNBC
Trump Is Warned of the Political Pain Nafta’s Death Would Bring

November 17 2017

The United States' opaque approach to negotiations on the North American Free Trade Agreement could well lead to a "devastating" collapse of the treaty, former U.S. Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez told CNBC.

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Bloomberg
Nafta Negotiators Placing Top Focus on Carmaking and Finance

November 16 2017

Nafta negotiators are set to give the most attention to rules for regional content, including cars, as well as financial services in the latest round of trade talks, according to an agenda obtained by Bloomberg

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Reuters
Tax overhaul drama moves to Senate as House approves its bill

November 16 2017

Congressional Republicans took important steps on Thursday toward the biggest U.S. tax-code overhaul since the 1980s, with the House of Representatives approving a broad package of tax cuts, and a Senate panel advancing its own version of the legislation sought by senior lawmakers and President Donald Trump.

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Politico
Trump’s NAFTA powers could hit a tariff wall

November 16 2017

It’s a question that every major law firm and think tank in town is trying to answer: Just how much legal authority does President Donald Trump have in terms of scrapping NAFTA?

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World Trade Online
CRS analyzes what a NAFTA exit would mean for U.S. agriculture

November 16 2017

The U.S. agriculture industry could see higher tariffs and reduced market share in Canada and Mexico if President Trump follows through on his threat to withdraw from NAFTA, according to a new Congressional Research Service report.

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World Trade Online
Analysts: TPP-11 deal could impact NAFTA negotiations

November 16 2017

The agreement reached last weekend by the Trans-Pacific Partnership countries could impact the renegotiation of NAFTA, analysts said Thursday, as Canada and Mexico are both parties to the deal the U.S. withdrew from.

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World Trade Online
Dozens of lawmakers write to USTR opposing NAFTA auto ROO proposal

November 16 2017

More than 70 House members sent a letter to U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Wednesday opposing the proposal the U.S. has put forward in the NAFTA negotiations to tighten the deal's rules of origin for autos.

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New York Times
Trump’s Trade Approach Diverges Sharply from Free Trade Republicans

November 15 2017

President Trump’s isolationist approach to trade is rattling what little uneasy peace remains within the Republican Party as the White House pursues policies at odds with longstanding conservative orthodoxy about the benefits of free and open markets..

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Politico
NAFTA negotiators head to Mexico City gearing up for a standoff

November 15 2017

NAFTA NEGOTIATORS HEAD TO MEXICO CITY GEARING UP FOR A STANDOFF: Trade negotiators from Canada, Mexico and the United States are descending on Mexico City today for a fifth round of NAFTA negotiations expected to feature some progress on low-level technical issues and a near total avoidance of the agreement’s thornier issues.

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Bloomberg
Mexico Shows Willingness to Compromise With U.S. on Nafta Review

November 15 2017

Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said Mexico is willing to review the North American Free Trade Agreement every five years, accepting part of a U.S. proposal, while insisting that there must not be any clause that would lead to automatic termination of the deal.

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World Trade Online
Reports: Mexico to propose five-year review of NAFTA to counter U.S. sunset clause

November 15 2017

In response to a five-year sunset clause the U.S. has proposed in the NAFTA renegotiation talks, Mexico is planning to suggest at the fifth round of talks this week a provision to review – but not terminate – the deal every five years, according to multiple reports.

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World Trade Online
Trump, back from Asia, says U.S. has 'established a new framework for trade'

November 15 2017

President Trump on Wednesday said the U.S. has “established a new framework for trade” following his 12-day trip throughout Asia.

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World Trade Online
Canada files NAFTA challenge against U.S. CVD duties in softwood lumber dispute

November 14 2017

Roughly two weeks after the U.S. Commerce Department issued its final antidumping and countervailing duties on Canadian softwood lumber products, Canada on Tuesday requested the establishment of a panel under NAFTA’s Chapter 19 -- and a Canadian government official told Inside U.S. Trade the challenge does not preclude Ottawa from pursuing the issue at the World Trade Organization as well.

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World Trade Online
More than 100 industry groups urge Lighthizer to preserve NAFTA's trucking provisions

November 14 2017

A broad group of U.S. industry groups has asked U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to maintain cross-border trucking provisions in NAFTA that allow Mexican carriers to operate in the U.S.

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World Trade Online
Finance panel announces industry witnesses for NAFTA hearing in Texas

November 14 2017

The Senate Finance Committee has announced the lineup for an industry panel set to testify next week at a field hearing in San Antonio, TX, that will also feature the general counsel of the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, Stephen Vaughn.

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World Trade Online
Ross: U.S. auto rules of origin proposal should be looked at as part of a ‘package’

November 14 2017

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Tuesday said the controversial U.S. proposal to change NAFTA’s automotive rules of origin should be evaluated as part of a broader economic “package” that includes tax reform and regulatory change

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The Wall Street Journal
Commerce Secretary Ross: U.S. Has Leverage to Pressure Mexico, Canada in Nafta Talks

November 14 2017

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross defended the Trump administration’s hardball strategy for renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement, suggesting that the U.S. can pressure Mexico and Canada into big concessions because they have more to lose if the pact collapses.

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The Wall Street Journal
Canada Steps Up Fight Over U.S. Lumber Tariffs

November 14 2017

Canada on Tuesday said it intends to escalate its legal fight against the U.S. Commerce Department’s decision to slap tariffs of roughly 20% or more on Canadian lumber imports.

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Financial Times
Long live the TPP — Pacific trade pact survives largely intact

November 14 2017

Ministers from 11 countries agreed over the weekend to push ahead with the Trans-Pacific Partnership without the US, which pulled out of the trade pact in January.

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Politico
Kill Nafta? It's Not as Easy as Trump Might Think

November 14 2017

U.S. President Donald Trump repeatedly blasts the North American Free Trade Agreement and threatens to terminate the 1994 accord if talks to rewrite it don’t go his way. With the fifth round of negotiations set to resume on Nov. 15, Canada, Mexico and the U.S. remain deeply divided in five areas, including how to settle disputes and the amount of U.S. content in auto production

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World Trade Online
Ross touts Trump’s Indo-Pacific strategy as ‘more inclusive’ than TPP

November 13 2017

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Monday said the Trump administration’s Indo-Pacific plans could overshadow the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which moved forward over the weekend without the U.S.

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Bloomberg
Nafta Negotiators Set to Look for Small Wins After U.S. Threats

November 13 2017

As Donald Trump pushes to overhaul U.S. trade ties abroad, negotiations with his two biggest export markets are resuming in hopes of finding new common ground on easier subjects -- leaving the most contentious U.S. demands for later.

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The Wall Street Journal
A Nafta Recession?

November 13 2017

President Trump keeps touting the 3% U.S. GDP growth of the last two quarters and “record” stock prices, and the economy is his best talking point. But he might want to take a look at the latest Journal survey of economists about the impact of a U.S. withdrawal from the North American Free Trade Agreement.

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World Trade Online
Freshman GOP lawmakers, citing concern over sunset proposal, to request Lighthizer briefing on NAFTA

November 13 2017

A group of Republican freshman members of Congress wants U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to provide an update on the status of NAFTA negotiations.

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World Trade Online
EU lawmakers weigh tougher response to Trump trade policies

November 10 2017

Some members of European parliament are calling for the European Commission to take an aggressive approach in responding to the Trump administration's “America first” trade policy, especially if the Commerce Department makes a final determination that subjects Bombardier to antidumping and countervailing duties

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World Trade Online
TPP-11 countries said to make progress in key areas

November 10 2017

The 11 Trans-Pacific Partnership countries have reportedly agreed to abide by the labor and environmental standards that were part of the original agreement, which Canada has hailed as a sign of progress.

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Financial Times
Trump demands end to Asia’s ‘chronic trade abuses’

November 10 2017

Donald Trump told a gathering of Asian-Pacific leaders the US would no longer tolerate “chronic trade abuses” from the region, reverting to his hard-edged “America First” economic agenda after a week of more conciliatory tones in Tokyo and Beijing.

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Politico
Farmers move to defy Trump on NAFTA

November 10 2017

After spending nine months indulging President Donald Trump’s desire to renegotiate NAFTA, agricultural groups representing farmers in Trump-supporting states across the heartland are now moving aggressively to save an agreement they consider crucial to their industry.

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New York Times
TPP Leaders' Meeting Fails to Materialise Amid Disputes

November 10 2017

A planned meeting of leaders of the 11 countries in the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) to decide on the fate of the trade pact did not take place on Friday, amid disagreements over how to take it forward without the United States.

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Financial Times
Fears for global trade as Trump fires first shots to kneecap WTO

November 10 2017

Birthday parties for international treaties are never raucous affairs. But when old trade hands gathered in the pavilion of Washington’s Ronald Reagan building on a recent evening to celebrate the 70th birthday of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

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Wall Street Journal
Forecasters Predict Nafta Withdrawal Would Slow U.S. Growth

November 10 2017

The probability of a U.S. withdrawal from the North American Free Trade Agreement is roughly 1 in 4, according to private-sector forecasters, who said such a move would likely weigh on economic growth.

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World Trade Online
GOP leaders tell business groups they won't stand up to Trump on trade

November 9 2017

While the business community and some on Capitol Hill are looking for ways to stop President Trump from a potential NAFTA withdrawal, Republican leaders in the House and Senate have made clear in closed-door meetings they will not face off with the president on trade out

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World Trade Online
Wyden: USTR breaking the law by not updating NAFTA objectives

November 9 2017

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative is breaking federal law by not updating its negotiating objectives for a retooled North American Free Trade Agreement, Senate Finance Committee ranking member Ron Wyden (D-OR) said Thursday, adding that he raised the issue with trade officials this week.

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World Trade Online
Trade committee heads introduce MTB bills in House, Senate

November 9 2017

The leaders of the Senate Finance and House Ways & Means committees introduced miscellaneous tariff bills on Thursday, setting the stage for Congress to pass by the end of the year a measure that would cut nearly 1,700 tariff lines.

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Bloomberg
U.S. Proposes Freezing Mexican Trucks Out of New Nafta

November 9 2017

The U.S. has proposed another difficult change to the North American Free Trade Agreement that could eventually prevent long-haul Mexican truckers from operating in the country, according to people familiar with the discussions.

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Reuters
Canada says won't be rushed on TPP trade deal at Asia-Pacific meeting

November 9 2017

Canada said on Wednesday it would not be rushed into a revived Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade deal as the 11 remaining members met in Vietnam to discuss the pact ditched by U.S. President Donald Trump

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Reuters
TPP trade deal talks reach critical point at Asia-Pacific summit

November 9 2017

Talks on pushing ahead the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal without the United States reached a critical point on Thursday as ministers from the 11 countries discussed a proposed agreement in principle

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Wall Street Journal
U.S. Pushes Stiffer Content Rules for Nafta Car Makers

November 9 2017

American trade negotiators are taking aggressive measures to close what they describe as a Mexican “back door” through which steel and other auto-manufacturing components produced outside North America are sold tariff-free in the U.S.

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Financial Times
Trump blames US predecessors for China trade deficit

November 9 2017

Donald Trump blamed his predecessors for the US’s widening trade deficit with China, praising Xi Jinping and telling an audience in Beijing he did not “blame” Chinese leaders for “taking advantage”

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World Trade Online
Agriculture groups counting on Congress to step in if Trump withdraws from NAFTA

November 8 2017

If President Trump moves to withdraw from NAFTA, agriculture groups will look for Congress to intervene and save the embattled trade pact, they told lawmakers in a closed-door briefing with lawmakers on the House Agriculture Committee on Tuesday.

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New York Times
Quick Signoff on TPP Trade Deal Far From Sure at Asia-Pacific Meeting

November 8 2017

Continuing disagreements over the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal ditched by U.S. President Donald Trump mean 11 remaining members may not be ready to give it a wholehearted go-ahead at a summit this week, officials said on Wednesday.

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Politico
Trump's Asia trip highlights lack of trade deals

November 8 2017

President Donald Trump is likely to tout new business deals as he barnstorms through Asia this week, but his trip is highlighting a broader failure on the world stage: None of the countries he's visiting wants to negotiate a two-way trade deal with the United States.

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World Trade Online
USDA report: 'U.S. Pork Faces Tariff Headwinds in Japan'

November 8 2017

A trade agreement between Japan and the European Union, as well as an accord among the remaining members of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, “could leave U.S. pork exports at a significant tariff disadvantage relative to competitors,” the Agriculture Department's Foreign Agricultural Service

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World Trade Online
Aso: Japan will not use bilateral deal to address trade balance with U.S.

November 7 2017

Japan's Finance Minister Taro Aso on Tuesday said his country would not agree to a bilateral free trade agreement with the U.S. as a way of addressing the trade balance between the two countries -- an issue President Trump raised during his visit to Japan.

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World Trade Online
Trump, Moon agree to ‘expedite’ KORUS process amid recurring withdrawal discussions

November 7 2017

President Trump and Korean President Moon Jae-in announced Tuesday that the process for amending the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement would be “expedited,” though sources say the termination of the deal continues to be discussed at the highest levels of the Trump administration.

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Bloomberg
Nafta Negotiators Extend Length of Upcoming Round

November 7 2017

Nafta negotiators plan to begin meeting in Mexico City two days ahead of schedule this month in order to give themselves more time to discuss the myriad issues covered under the 23-year-old trade pact

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World Trade Online
Daschle, Lott to lead new U.S.-Mexico Task Force formed to back, tout NAFTA

November 7 2017

Two former Senate majority leaders, Tom Daschle (D-SD) and Trent Lott (R-MS), will co-chair a “U.S.-Mexico Task Force” launched this week in support of a modernized NAFTA and closer ties between the two countries.

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World Trade Online
Senate, House leaders tell business community they won’t stand up to Trump on trade

November 6 2017

While the business community and some on Capitol Hill are looking for ways to stop President Trump from a potential NAFTA withdrawal, Republican leaders in the House and Senate have made clear in closed-door meetings they will not face off with the president on trade out of fear they could jeopardize tax reform

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Wall Street Journal
Decoding Trump’s China Trade Strategy

November 6 2017

Donald Trump will be joined in Beijing this week by executives from more than two dozen U.S. companies planning to announce trade deals they say will be worth billions of dollars.

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World Trade Online
U.S.-Japanese business groups express concern over NAFTA negotiations

November 6 2017

The U.S-Japan Business Council and its Japanese counterpart today took issue with proposals the U.S. is putting forward in the NAFTA renegotiation process, especially those on auto rules of origin.

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World Trade Online
Trump, Abe agree to 'accelerate engagement on trade'

November 6 2017

President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have agreed to “accelerate engagement on trade,” the White House said following the first day of meetings between the two in Japan.

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Financial Times
Mexico prepares for potential loss of Nafta

November 3 2017

Mexico is increasing efforts to diversify its markets and introduce new investor protections as it prepares for the possibility that negotiations over the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement could break down

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Politico
House tax plan hits multinationals

November 3 2017

House Republicans’ 429-page tax reform plan, released on Thursday, includes a long-promised slashing of the corporate tax rate and a handful of provisions likely to affect multinational companies

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World Trade Online
Legislators join auto groups in opposing U.S. NAFTA rules of origin proposal

November 3 2017

A group of House lawmakers this week ramped up opposition to the Trump administration's proposal for auto rules of origin in the North American Free Trade Agreement

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World Trade Online
International American Bar Association division backs NAFTA dispute settlement provisions

November 3 2017

The international law division of the American Bar Association wants the U.S., Canada and Mexico to preserve the dispute settlement provisions in the North American Free Trade Agreement

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SAGARPA
Modernización del TLCAN debe fortalecer competitividad del sector agroalimentario: SAGARPA

November 2 2017

La modernización del Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte (TLCAN) debe fortalecer la competitividad de la agricultura de la región y de la industria transformadora de alimentos, por lo que los secretarios de agricultura de los diversos estados y provincias de los países socios, deben transmitir este objetivo

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World Trade Online
Latin American officials say they are open to regional deal, ponder NAFTA outcomes

November 2 2017

Trade officials from Latin America and the Caribbean are eyeing a broad regional trade deal, a prospect they say depends on the outcome of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

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Bloomberg
Alphabet’s Chairman Hails Nafta as Trudeau Warns Against Collapse

November 2 2017

The U.S. economy is “critically dependent” on supply chains with Canada, said the chairman of Alphabet Inc. as Justin Trudeau warned of the downside of a Nafta collapse

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Wall Street Journal
U.S. Sets Final Tariffs for Canadian Softwood Lumber

November 2 2017

The U.S. set big tariffs on imports of softwood lumber from Canada, increasing economic tensions between Washington and Ottawa at a time when North America’s trade architecture is in jeopardy

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World Trade Online
Canadian biz group: Canada, Mexico should stick with NAFTA if U.S. leaves

November 2 2017

If the U.S. leaves NAFTA, the deal should remain in place for Mexico and Canada – though the two countries should lean on the current negotiations to update it, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico

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World Trade Online
Sources: Sixth NAFTA round to be held in Washington in December, without ministers

November 2 2017

The three NAFTA countries have agreed to hold a sixth round of talks in Washington, DC, in December, which will be led by the chief negotiators but not attended by U.S. Trade Representative

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New York Times
Trump’s Trade War With Canada

November 1 2017

Canada has long been the United States’ best customer, buying more American-made goods and services than any other country — more than China, Japan or Britain. American trade with Canada totaled $627.8 billion in 2016

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Reuters
NAFTA talks causing business uncertainty: Rio Tinto executive

November 1 2017

The current state of talks to update the NAFTA trade pact is creating uncertainty among businesses and could hurt investments and growth

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