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Trump softens on NAFTA
Five sources who’ve spoken privately with Trump about NAFTA say he’s taking more seriously the risks of withdrawing the U.S. from the trade deal with Canada and Mexico.
Trump: NAFTA revisions could pay for border wall
President Trump said a renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) could yield the money to pay for his long-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Trump could use NAFTA withdrawal letter as negotiating leverage
A NAFTA termination letter from U.S. President Donald Trump could become the ultimate sleight of hand from Washington as it seeks to gain negotiating leverage over Canada and Mexico in talks to update the 24-year-old trade pact.
Nafta has worked for US oil industry: executive
The US oil industry has benefitted from the free trade pact with Canada and Mexico, and an industry representative urged the Trump administration to keep the deal intact.
People and the planet before profit!
Montréal rally on NAFTA on January 27, 2018 at 12pm.
A role for Indigenous peoples in Canada’s trade talks
International trade has long had an impact on the livelihoods of Indigenous peoples in Canada.
NAFTA, no NAFTA, or worse: TPP via NAFTA?
NAFTA has failed family farmers, as well as workers and our environments, in all three NAFTA countries. Why the rush to complete negotiations in a matter of months for a NAFTA 2.0 based on the same failed policies?
Intellectual property rights in trade – to be rethought?
After two decades of intellectual property regimes in trade agreements, one could have some second thoughts.
NAFTA: In new phase of talks, search starts for solutions to break impasse
Negotiators gathered at an informal session in Washington are considering ways to work around a main impasse of the talks so far, a US demand on auto parts deemed unfeasible by Canada, Mexico and the industry.
Mexico sees possible EU trade deal as NAFTA talks drag on
Mexico and the EU have reached agreements on areas like e-commerce, but agricultural market access and product origin labeling remain significant sticking points.
Trump and GOP tax cut is handing corporations like Ford a giant incentive to move offshore
Giant corporations got what they wanted out of Republicans on taxes, now they’re lobbying the Trump administration hard to retain their NAFTA privileges.
New report shows that trade tribunals are threatening the right to water
A new report finds that the Investor State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) process, included in NAFTA and other trade and investment agreements, is threatening the right to water around the world.
Latest NAFTA talks run through Friday in Washington
Investors remain on alert over the threat of NAFTA talks failing even as negotiators meet in Washington and seek minor victories on less contentious issues.
NAFTA puts Mexican energy privatization beyond the reach of voters
The energy proportionality rule in NAFTA blocks a member country’s sovereignty to determine its level of carbon fuel exports, the price at which it sells its oil to its own people, and hinders climate change action.
NAFTA’s digital trade chapter could be finalized next month
Some rules proposed for NAFTA’s Digital Trade chapter are troublesome.
The US-Mexico wage gap is actually widening under Nafta
Trade was supposed to kickstart Mexico’s economy. It hasn’t. Stagnation fuels Trump’s anger, leaves Mexicans eyeing change
Trump pushes to limit Facebook and Google’s liability in Nafta
The Trump administration is pushing to add legal protections in Nafta that would limit the liability of internet giants such as Google and Facebook, marking the latest in a tug-of-war as policy makers balance policing the web with protecting free speech.
Trudeau replaces Trump as biggest obstacle to Pacific trade pact
While Japan in particular wants a quick deal on the pact that Trump abandoned earlier this year, Canada says more talks are needed on contentious points.
Any Trump NAFTA withdrawal faces stiff court challenge: legal experts
The constitutional and statutory authority for who can terminate the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement - Trump or the US Congress - is deeply disputed.
NAFTA deadlock: Canada blames the US, the US blames Canada and Mexico
Another round of NAFTA talks wrapped up with all key issues still deadlocked as negotiators prepared to leave Mexico City with a plethora of question marks lingering over the trade deal.