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(Daily News)
April 24, 2020

The Trump administration on Friday notified Congress that the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement will enter into force on July 1.


(Daily News)
April 24, 2020

The U.S. plans to notify Mexico and Canada on Friday that it has completed internal procedures required for the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement to take effect, several sources tell Inside U.S. Trade.


(Daily News)
April 22, 2020

The U.S. is opposing Canada’s plan to seek retaliation in a World Trade Organization dispute over U.S. countervailing duties on supercalendered paper, arguing that the Appellate Body report is not valid and normal adoption and retaliation procedures do not apply.


(In Trade)
March 26, 2020

Kirsten Hillman has been serving as acting ambassador since August 2019. She was Canada's lead CPTPP negotiator.


(Daily News)
March 25, 2020

Top officials from the U.S., Mexico and Canada are racing to implement the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, Mexican Economy Minister Graciela Márquez Colín said on Wednesday, adding that a teleconference on how best to continue those efforts would be held the same day.


(Daily News)
March 18, 2020

President Trump’s decision to halt travel from many European countries in response to the coronavirus pandemic will hinder services trade between the two countries, analysts tell Inside U.S. Trade.


(Daily News)
March 18, 2020

Efforts to ensure a host of labor and enforcement commitments required by the time the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement enters into force -- which could be as soon as June 1 -- are picking up speed, according to government officials.


(Daily News)
March 16, 2020

Business associations and a key Democratic lawmaker are assessing how a June 1 entry-into-force date for the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement might be achieved as U.S. companies face a rash of challenges related to the COVID-19 outbreak.


(In Trade)
March 13, 2020

Canadian Governor General Julie Payette on Friday gave “royal assent” to the deal after Parliament approved it.


(Daily News)
March 13, 2020

The Canadian Senate on Friday voted to approve U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement implementing legislation without amendment, advancing the bill more quickly than expected in part due to COVID-19 concerns. 


(Daily News)
March 12, 2020

The Trump administration is pushing to ensure the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement enters into force by June 1, sources familiar with the plan told Inside U.S. Trade.


(In Trade)
March 05, 2020

After a brief stop in Washington, the EU trade commissioner will head to Ottawa.


(Daily News)
March 02, 2020

The White House last week formed interagency committees to help facilitate the enforcement of environmental obligations and provisions on trade in auto goods in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.


(In Trade)
February 27, 2020

“The Agreement’s economic impact on the Canadian economy is positive when compared to the effects of a scenario under which the United States withdraws from NAFTA”


(Daily News)
December 19, 2019

The House on Thursday passed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement’s implementing bill 385-41, setting up the Trump administration's signature trade deal for Senate consideration – and ratification – in 2020.


(Daily News)
December 19, 2019

Major opposition parties in Canada's Parliament last week expressed concerns over the modified U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, potentially throwing a wrench in the ratification process in Ottawa but not putting the deal's future in serious jeopardy, analysts said this week.


(In Trade)
December 19, 2019

This dispute is one of four pending appeals the Appellate Body will finish following its paralysis last week.


(In Trade)
December 18, 2019

Hoffa: “The renegotiation of NAFTA and the subsequent improvements made by Democratic leadership have resulted in a final package that is superior to the original.”


(Daily News)
December 16, 2019

The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement protocol of amendment signed by the three countries last week is drawing praise from labor analysts and business representatives for its tweaks to some provisions in the original deal, but the efficacy of a new rapid-response enforcement tool is stirring some concern.


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