Ag can't afford to pay for NAFTA - Western Producer

New negotiations around the North American Free Trade Agreement isn't the only threat to supply management. It had plenty of threats from within the country but the NAFTA talks now underway give supply management opponents a bandwagon on which to ...

Trump administration's trade policy - Gulf Times

File photo of President Donald Trump holding up an executive order withdrawing the US from the Trans-Pacific Partnership on January 23. Text Size: A A A. By Koichi Hamada/Tokyo. President Donald Trump's unpredictable approach to policy-making has ...

Here's why Trump has leverage over Mexico and Canada on NAFTA - Personal Liberty Digest

WASHINGTON — Canada and Mexico would like nothing more than to sideline the United States and create a bilateral trade agreement that excludes their suddenly unreliable neighbor. But they can't create a deal worth the trouble without access to ...

The NAFTA Rules of Origin Revisited - IndustryWeek

Supply chain executives making key sourcing decisions need to pay particular attention to these negotiations as the likely outcomes may alter their thinking about both the opportunities and risks facing their businesses. Dean A. Pinkert | Aug 31, 2017.

Nafta talks resume as executives prepare for worst - Financial Times

Mexican and US business leaders have begun studying legal options in case President Donald Trump follows through on renewed threats to scrap what he terms the “horrible, terrible” North American Free Trade Agreement, as negotiations on updating the ...

Ag Secretary Goes All In To Save NAFTA - The Daily Caller

As President Donald Trump continues to threaten to withdraw from the North American Free Trade Agreement, his agriculture secretary is trying to preserve the trade deal that has largely benefitted American farmers. Since the start of his time leading ...

NAFTA Nations Plan Talks Progress Under Barrage of Trump Threats - Voice of America

Trade negotiators plan to take small steps forward in a second round of talks to rework the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) this weekend, trying to ignore daily threats from U.S. President Donald Trump to tear it up if he does not get his way.