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Mexico set to review rules of origin to help NAFTA renegotiation
Mexico’s foreign minister says the country is “inevitably” set to review rules of origin when renegotiating the North American free-trade agreement.
Mexico vows cooperation with Japan to bring TPP into effect
Mexico is ready to work with Japan to push for the Trans-Pacific Partnership to take effect without the United States, said Juan Carlos Baker, Mexican deputy minister for foreign trade.
Harmony in the private sector on NAFTA priorities
US lobby groups to team up with their Mexican counterparts to establish a common agenda before talks begin
Mexico-EU trade deal might exclude some agriculture goods -EU envoy
Mexico and the European Union might leave some agricultural goods out of a new free trade deal that they want to wrap up this year.
Mexico, EU to wrap up new free trade negotiations by end of 2017
Mexico and the European Union (EU) are expected to wrap up by the end of this year negotiations for a new free trade agreement to replace the one signed over 17 years ago.
USW, Unite march in solidarity with Mexican steelworkers
After three decades of NAFTA, Mexican workers are still denied basic rights.
Mexico, looking south, sees trade deal with Argentina around year’s end
Mexico, seeking closer ties with the rest of Latin America, expects to finish negotiations on a trade deal with Argentina involving cars and agricultural products around the end of the year.
Mexico says TPP might still be implemented without U.S.
The sweeping trade deal for the Pacific region known as the TPP might still be implemented by making adjustments to its text even though the United States has withdrawn.
‘Good progress’ in EU-Mexico trade talks
The European Union concluded its latest round of trade negotiations with Mexico, focusing on sustainable development, transparency, services and investment.
Mexico says new EU trade deal is ’paramount’, eyes 2017 conclusion
A new free trade agreement with the European Union is of "paramount" importance for Mexico and both parties aim to conclude a deal this year, Mexico’s deputy economy minister has said.
Trump’s NAFTA changes aren’t much different from Obama’s
President Donald Trump’s campaign promise to bring sweeping changes to the “terrible” North American Free Trade Agreement just got a dose of reality.
Mexico lagged the rest of Latin America in the NAFTA era, report finds
Over 20 million more Mexicans have fallen below the poverty line since NAFTA took effect.
Cargill chief: Don’t mess up NAFTA
Cargill CEO Dave MacLennan hopes to see out of any NAFTA renegotiation the basic principles of keeping the border open for trade
USDEC CEO to Mexico: ‘US dairy industry is fighting hard to ensure that NAFTA is here to stay’
Three leaders of US dairy organizations traveled to Mexico City to reaffirm their commitment to maintaining a positive trade relationship with Mexico’s dairy industry and consumers.
Sugar subsidies, America’s least efficient corporate welfare program
As part of NAFTA, Mexico was granted special access to the U.S. market but more akin to the “imperial preference” that Great Britain once provided for members of the British Empire.
It’s time to scrap NAFTA, not ‘tweak’ it
Donald Trump seems to think Mexicans made out like bandits from NAFTA. In reality, workers in all three NAFTA countries have suffered.
Canada stresses talks on NAFTA will involve all three members
Any talks to renew the North American Free Trade Agreement would involve all three member nations, a top Canadian official said
Malmström: CETA done, Mexico and Mercosur next up
EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström confirmed Mexico and Mercosur are next on the negotiating agenda.
No: No wall could hurt Mexico as much as NAFTA has
NAFTA marked a continuation of policies that began in the 1980s under pressure from Washington and the International Monetary Fund.