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(Daily News)
April 18, 2019

If “fully implemented and enforced,” the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement will have a small but positive impact on U.S. GDP, with digital trade and automotive rule-of-origin provisions projected to have “the most significant effects,” the U.S. International Trade Commission says in its new analysis of the deal.


(Daily News)
April 17, 2019

House Ways & Means Democrats this week singled out a lack of “May 10” agreement language and a host of enforcement issues in questioning whether the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement will lead to “meaningful” environmental improvements.


(In Trade)
April 16, 2019

John Murphy of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce called the work “no easy task” and said it likely was “harder than it was with past trade agreements.”


(In Trade)
April 15, 2019

“We need a trade policy that works for workers, not just the CEOs of large corporations.”


(In Trade)
April 15, 2019

“We need a trade policy that works for workers, not just the CEOs of large corporations.”


(Daily News)
April 15, 2019

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Mexican Economy Minister Graciela Márquez on Friday discussed steel and aluminum tariffs, an agreement on Mexican tomato exports and a shared belief that the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement should be quickly ratified.


(In Trade)
April 12, 2019

Seade calls the move a “solid step” toward the deal's ratification.


(Daily News)
April 10, 2019

Mexican tomato growers on Monday proposed updates to a 2013 suspension agreement with the U.S. covering fresh tomatoes in an effort to prevent the Commerce Department from withdrawing from the deal.


(Daily News)
April 10, 2019

Following a briefing from the AFL-CIO on Wednesday, Rep. Ron Kind (D-WI) said a significant number of Democrats feel tweaks must be made to the text of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement and called on the three countries to better explain why re-opening talks “would be so difficult.”


(Daily News)
April 10, 2019

The Mexican Chamber of Deputies is expected this week to pass labor legislation that fully complies with the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, a Mexican official told Inside U.S. Trade.


(In Trade)
April 09, 2019

Yerxa laments “significant delays and back-ups at border crossings” and says “vital goods and commodities are not reaching their U.S. destinations on time.”


(In Trade)
April 09, 2019

Laredo, TX, Mayor Pete Saenz: “We can secure border security but not at the expense of commerce and trade.”


(In Trade)
April 08, 2019

Sens. Rubio, Isakson and Perdue, along with a slew of House members, say satisfying them would “provide important support for the USMCA within the agricultural communities we represent.”


(Daily News)
April 05, 2019

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative is considering a proposal from Democratic Sens. Ron Wyden (OR) and Sherrod Brown (OH) aimed at boosting confidence that Mexico will adhere to labor commitments in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, according to Senate aides.


(In Trade)
April 05, 2019

“This will supersede USMCA.”


(Daily News)
April 04, 2019

New labor legislation designed to comply with requirements outlined in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement was submitted to the Mexican Chamber of Deputies this week, Mexico's foreign affairs under secretary for North America, Jesús Seade, said on Thursday.


(In Trade)
April 04, 2019

“And I will do it. I don't play games.”


(Daily News)
April 03, 2019

Congressional Democrats believe President Trump’s threat to shut down the U.S.-Mexico border would hurt his administration’s push to get the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement ratified, lawmakers told Inside U.S. Trade this week.


(Daily News)
April 03, 2019

After meeting one-on-one with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Tuesday, Congressional Progressive Caucus co-chair Mark Pocan (D-WI) said key changes must be made to the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement itself if the Trump administration wants to gain the support of his contingent, which is one of the largest in Congress.


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