NAFTA talks enter critical week with the U.S. still pushing the hard line

NAFTA talks enter critical week with the U.S. still pushing hard line

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NAFTA talks enter critical week with the U.S. still pushing the hard line

NAFTA talks enter critical week with the U.S. still pushing the hard line

 

NAFTA talks enter critical week with the U.S. still pushing hard line. Talks to update the NAFTA trade deal enter a make-or-break week on Monday, as ministers from Canada, the United States, and Mexico seek to resolve an impasse in key areas before elections in Mexico and the United States complicate the process.

 

Discussions in Washington will center on rules of origin that govern what percentage of a car needs to be built in the North American Free Trade Agreement region to avoid tariffs, the dispute-resolution mechanism and U.S. demands for a sunset clause. Read more here.

 

NAFTA talks

Talks to update the NAFTA trade deal enter a make-or-break week on Monday.

Ministers from Canada, the U.S., and Mexico seek to resolve an impasse in key areas before elections in Mexico and the U.S. complicate the process.

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer warned last week that if the talks took too long, approval by the Republican-controlled Congress may be on “thin ice.”

 

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