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Farm & Food groups call for new way on NAFTA
U.S.-Mexico relations should be based on fair trade, not xenophobia. Farm and food groups call for prioritizing fair and sustainable rural economies.
Trump aide reassures Canada on trade talks, isolating Mexico
The U.S. and Canada are signaling most of the pain from reworking Nafta will hit Mexico
Mexico president says seeks to preserve tariff-free NAFTA trade
Mexico’s President that he will aim to preserve tariff-free commerce under NAFTA and will also seek bilateral deals with countries that formed part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership
Labor and nonprofit groups priority for NAFTA reform
To create good-paying jobs, eliminate threats to our communities and otherwise benefit the majority, NAFTA must be replaced with an agreement that includes these essential changes.
Trump won’t dump investor rights – and here’s why
What does Mr. Trump think about the constitution-like rights for the protection of foreign investors that are enforced via the system of investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS)?
Canada given advance notice of Trump’s NAFTA demands
The Americans want to discuss country of origin rules and the independent dispute-settlement mechanism.
Groups from Mexico, Canada and the U.S. demand NAFTA replacement
Any renegotiation process must be transparent and participatory, and that the resulting NAFTA replacement must improve peoples’ lives and livelihoods and protect the environment in all three countries.
Trump will renegotiate our trade deals. Will it really be on behalf of workers?
But the mere act of renegotiating our trade deals doesn’t automatically mean the outcome will benefit the workers.
Trump, Tillerson, NAFTA, Mexico and oil companies
The NAFTA case will show how the new administration will deal with national debates and the role of the U.S. finding new ways of leading in international trade and investment.
Donald Trump’s tariff on GM would violate NAFTA. That may not stop him
Donald Trump won’t be able to punish General Motors Co. for building cars in Mexico without violating NAFTA
Mexicans are the Nafta winners? It’s news to them
For 10 years, Jorge Augustín Martínez has driven a forklift for Prolec, a joint venture with General Electric that makes transformers. A father of two, he earns about $100 for a six-day workweek.
Trump and trade: Five things to watch
All eyes are turning to see whether Donald Trump will fulfill his promise to overhaul U.S. trade policy.
Canada seeking common-ground improvements with U.S. in any trade talks, ambassador says
The Canadian government is signalling the approach it intends to take should U.S. president-elect Donald Trump make good on his promise to renegotiate NAFTA.
6 ways we could improve NAFTA for working people
It is important that everyday working people’s perspectives lead the debate, starting with how to rewrite NAFTA.
Transition official: Trump will not rip up NAFTA
“I don’t think we’re looking to rip up NAFTA as much as we are looking to right-size it and make it fairer,” says senior advisor on the Trump transition team
Trump is right: Nafta is a disaster. But US workers aren’t the big losers
The president-elect has promised to rip up the free trade treaty, yet there is no sign that his approach will be any fairer
What will the Trump presidency mean for Latin America?
There has been no overarching ‘Latin America’ policy under the outgoing administration. This overall situation will largely remain the same under the Trump administration.
Trump transition memo: Trade reform begins Day 1
First is renegotiating or withdrawing from NAFTA, second is stopping the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal, third is stopping "unfair imports," fourth is ending "unfair trade practices," and fifth is pursuing bilateral trade deals.
Global trade 101: How NAFTA’s Chapter 11 overrides environmental laws
NAFTA, critics say, included investment provisions that inherently created an uneven playing field, allowing corporate investors to directly sue national governments for mega-millions and ultimately sidestep domestic environmental laws.
Free trade’s chilling effects
The TPP threatens to extend the most draconian feature of the contemporary free trade model: private corporation’s ability to sue sovereign nations.