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North American Free Trade Agreement

(In Trade)
March 01, 2017

The company had pledged it would continue with its legal challenge despite the Trump administration's reversal of U.S. policy.


(Daily News)
February 28, 2017

While members of the Senate Finance and the House Ways & Means committees are eager to move forward with the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement, they emphasized this week that recent meetings with White House National Trade Council Director Peter Navarro did not shed enough light on the administration's negotiating objectives -- which must be outlined before a 90-day congressional consultation process can begin.


(In Trade)
February 28, 2017

A closer look at the debate over NAFTA and other trade issues south of the border.


(In Trade)
February 27, 2017

Mexico's economy minister: “The moment that they say, ‘We’re going to put a 20 percent tariff on cars,’ I get up from the table. Bye-bye.”


(In Trade)
February 24, 2017

“We're going to make trade deals, but we're going to do one on one, one on one.”


(Daily News)
February 23, 2017

Following reports that Mexican lawmakers plan to introduce a bill that would direct Mexicans to buy corn from Brazil, Argentina and Canada instead of the U.S. – its top exporter – U.S. lawmakers and companies are worried the Trump administration's rhetoric on Mexico could cause harm to U.S. farmers.


(Daily News)
February 22, 2017

Former U.S. and Canadian officials said the Trump administration should tone down its inflammatory rhetoric toward Mexico if it hopes to successfully renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement.


(In Trade)
February 22, 2017

The Trump administration's push for bilateral agreements and renegotiating NAFTA was seen by analysts as an opportunity to rewrite data rules.


(In Trade)
February 21, 2017

“Were there to be any new negotiations, those would be three-way negotiations.”


(Daily News)
February 16, 2017

Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-OR), joined by six House Democrats, on Thursday introduced a resolution called the “Blueprint for America’s Future Trade Policy” that outlines principles and a time line for the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement.


(In Trade)
February 16, 2017

“We don’t want to be part of the triumvirate when the item is drugs coming into the United States, illegal immigration or building a wall.”


(Daily News)
February 15, 2017

A meeting between the Senate Finance Committee and Peter Navarro, who leads the White House National Trade Council, did not yield specifics on key issues like the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement and how the administration will shape trade policy, according to Democrats on the panel.


(In Trade)
February 15, 2017

“I want to make it clear the United States is not retreating from the world economy.”


(Daily News)
February 14, 2017

Senate Finance Committee Republicans and White House National Trade Council Director Peter Navarro on Tuesday held initial but frank talks about China, whether to negotiate more trade agreements or focus on existing deals, and other trade issues during the first group meeting between administration officials and the panel's GOP members.


(In Trade)
February 14, 2017

In meeting with Navarro, the Iowa senator said he would urge caution in NAFTA renegotiations.


(In Trade)
February 14, 2017

“Intimidating or denigrating remarks make it harder to reach outcomes that support American economic and security interests.”


(In Trade)
February 14, 2017

“The legal challenges will continue to move forward at this time.”


(In Trade)
February 13, 2017

“It's a much less severe situation than what's taken place on the southern border.”


(Daily News)
February 09, 2017

A comprehensive renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement is unlikely to have the outcomes that President Trump is seeking because Canadian and Mexican leaders will be unwilling to bend to U.S. pressures, according to former U.S. and Mexican government officials.


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