LOGIN

Forgot password?
Sign up today and your first download is free.
REGISTER

Mexico

(Daily News)
June 04, 2019

Mexican Foreign Affairs Secretary Marcelo Ebrard on Tuesday said there was a strong chance the U.S. and Mexico could strike an agreement on immigration issues ahead of threatened tariffs on Mexican imports, but President Trump, in London, contended “it’s more likely that the tariffs go on."


(Daily News)
June 03, 2019

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue on Monday had what he called a “good discussion” with his Mexican counterpart about new tariffs threatened last week by President Trump, as agriculture groups and key lawmakers warned the costs to an already reeling industry could be steep.


(Daily News)
June 03, 2019

If the United States moves ahead with plans to impose tariffs on Mexican imports, Mexico’s first recourse will be to seek the help of the international community, Economy Secretary Graciela Márquez Colín said on Monday.


(In Trade)
May 31, 2019

The Mexican foreign affairs minister said he would meet with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo: “We will be firm and we will defend the dignity of Mexico.”


(In Trade)
May 31, 2019

“That number would eclipse $86 billion should the tariffs reach the president’s threatened cap of 25%.”


(Daily News)
May 31, 2019

Senate Finance Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) has come out against President Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on Mexican goods, citing concern over the ratification of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, while the U.S. Chamber of Commerce said it was considering a legal challenge to the move.


(In Trade)
May 31, 2019

The vice president said Congress will be urged to take up the deal this summer.


(Daily News)
May 31, 2019

In response to President Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on all goods from Mexico, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador called for the two sides to “deepen the dialogue” on immigration issues, beginning with a high-level meeting on Friday.


(Daily News)
May 30, 2019

The president said he was “invoking the authorities granted to me by the International Emergency Economic Powers Act” to impose the duties, which will begin at 5 percent on June 10.


(In Trade)
May 30, 2019

“The draft SAA provides an outline for further discussions with Congress on these issues,” he told the House speaker. “We have included placeholders flagging areas we expect will be the focus of those conversations.”


(Daily News)
May 30, 2019

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer plans to send a draft statement of administrative action required on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement to Congress on Thursday, sources told Inside U.S. Trade, starting the 30-day clock allowing for the submission of final implementing legislation to Capitol Hill.


(Daily News)
May 30, 2019

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Thursday sent lawmakers a draft statement of administrative action on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, starting the 30-day clock allowing for the submission of final implementing legislation to Capitol Hill.


(In Trade)
May 30, 2019

The Mexican president predicted the deal would be ratified soon by all three parties.


(In Trade)
May 29, 2019

CBC said it was written to give the federal cabinet the ability to make changes it “considers necessary for the purpose of implementing, in relation to drugs, Articles 20.48 to 20.50 of the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement.”


(In Trade)
May 29, 2019

“If I were a lawyer … I wouldn’t accept such a case.”


(Daily News)
May 24, 2019

Florida tomato growers have shot down a new proposal from their Mexican counterparts seeking to bring the two sides closer to a new suspension agreement on fresh tomatoes from Mexico since the U.S. withdrew from the previous agreement earlier this month.


(Daily News)
May 23, 2019

Members of the House Ways & Means trade subcommittee this week used a hearing on U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement enforcement to address issues with the scope of the new pact’s investor-state dispute settlement mechanism, asking whether the tool should apply more broadly.


(Daily News)
May 22, 2019

Witnesses at a House hearing on Wednesday offered House lawmakers several suggestions -- including a more robust version of a proposal advanced by two Democratic senators -- for how the administration could enforce the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, though all agreed that unilateral action under Section 301 of the 1974 Trade Act would be inadequate.


Pages