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Mexico

(Daily News)
December 08, 2019

After consulting the Mexican Senate on proposed changes to the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said on Sunday that his government would consider accepting a late-stage U.S. steel demand if it is implemented more than five years after the pact enters into force.


(Daily News)
December 06, 2019

Despite new U.S. demands that have further complicated U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement talks, Mexican Under Secretary for North America Jesús Seade on Friday expressed confidence that all issues could be resolved.


(In Trade)
December 06, 2019

Sen. Cantwell and Rep. DelBene “urge the administration to support robust U.S. assistance for capacity building” through the Labor Department and USAID.


(Daily News)
December 05, 2019

A new wrench has been thrown into U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement negotiations between Mexican Under Secretary for North America Jesús Seade and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, a key lawmaker told reporters on Thursday.


(In Trade)
December 04, 2019

Mexican Senate Majority Leader Ricardo Monreal, called U.S. labor demands “unacceptable for national sovereignty.”


(Daily News)
December 02, 2019

A major Mexican business group this week contended that some labor proposals recently advanced by Washington to strengthen the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement will do the opposite and pledged to support countermoves by the Mexican government if necessary.


(In Trade)
December 02, 2019

“As it is, the window of opportunity for 2019 is extremely tight.”


(Daily News)
November 27, 2019

The Mexican government has received U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement proposals crafted by U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and a group of House Democrats, Mexico’s chief trade negotiator said on Wednesday, adding that he initially had found them acceptable.


(Daily News)
November 26, 2019

An addendum to the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement outlining accords struck by the Trump administration and a group of House Democrats will close a loophole that allows the blocking of dispute-settlement panels, a senior Mexican official told Inside U.S. Trade, warning that other enforcement approaches could result in the deal’s rejection.


(In Trade)
November 25, 2019

President Trump on Monday said the speaker “should put it up for a vote because, at some point pretty soon, you're going to have Canada and you're going have Mexico say, 'What's going on? Send the agreement back. Let's not make the deal.'”


(Daily News)
November 25, 2019

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador this week will send a communiqué to Capitol Hill asking for no further U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement delays, he said on Monday.


(Daily News)
November 22, 2019

The U.S. International Trade Commission determined on Friday that the U.S. industry has been harmed by dumped fresh tomatoes from Mexico, meaning a suspension agreement signed earlier this year by the Commerce Department and Mexican tomato growers will remain in effect.


(Daily News)
November 22, 2019

Mexico’s Chamber of Deputies on Thursday approved a 2020 federal budget that includes additional funding for the implementation of labor reforms required under the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.


(Text Document)
November 22, 2019

(In Trade)
November 21, 2019

Mexico’s lower house on Thursday will debate labor funds seen as crucial to USMCA ratification in the U.S.


(Daily News)
November 20, 2019

Mexico’s lower house for the second time in two weeks has delayed approval of its FY2020 budget due to protests occurring outside of the Chamber of Deputies, pushing back the timeline for Mexico to approve funds to implement labor reforms that U.S. labor groups deem critical to their support of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.


(Daily News)
November 15, 2019

The U.S. sugar industry is urging the Commerce Department to quickly adopt new proposed sugar suspension agreement amendments with Mexico, which are identical to the 2017 amendments that the Court of International Trade declared void last month.


(Daily News)
November 14, 2019

Key House Democrats negotiating outstanding U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement concerns with the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative are waiting for administration officials to put their agreements in writing before moving forward, they said on Thursday.


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