US Chamber of Commerce sounds alarm about a NAFTA pullout - Financial Express

Financial ExpressUS Chamber of Commerce sounds alarm about a NAFTA pulloutFinancial ExpressAmerica's biggest business group is warning the Trump administration that a withdrawal from the North American Free Trade Agreement would be a "political and economic debacle" that would cost hundreds of thousands of US jobs. By: Associated Press ...and more »

Amazon would gain from Trump push to boost cross-border retail - Houston Chronicle

Amazon would gain from Trump push to boost cross-border retailHouston ChronicleU.S. online retailers like Amazon.com stand to gain from the Trump administration's push to throw open the doors for Canadians and Mexicans to buy American goods duty-free. The U.S. is demanding Canada and Mexico raise the threshold at which duties ...and more »

US Chamber: Trump Making 'Highly Dangerous' NAFTA Demands - Voice of America

Voice of AmericaUS Chamber: Trump Making 'Highly Dangerous' NAFTA DemandsVoice of AmericaThe U.S. Chamber of Commerce warned on Friday that the Trump administration was making “highly dangerous demands” in the North American Free Trade Agreement modernization talks that could erode U.S. business support and torpedo the negotiations.and more »

NAFTA talks could extend weakness of Mexican pesos - Business Standard

NAFTA talks could extend weakness of Mexican pesosBusiness StandardThe Mexican peso could see its run of weak performances carry on due to uncertainty revolving around the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) renegotiations, said analysts on Friday. This week has seen the peso on a weak run unseen since ...and more »

Trump Twitter bombs and a negotiating standoff: How NAFTA talks could fail - Washington Post

Washington PostTrump Twitter bombs and a negotiating standoff: How NAFTA talks could failWashington PostAs nearly 700 officials gather next week to discuss overhauling the free-trade agreement between the United States, Mexico and Canada, participants and analysts say the negotiations are at an increasing risk of failure. President Trump's Twitter bombs ...and more »

Business Group Calls Trump Nafta Proposals 'Dangerous'-- 2nd Update - Fox Business

Business Group Calls Trump Nafta Proposals 'Dangerous'-- 2nd UpdateFox BusinessWASHINGTON – A war of words broke out Friday between the White House and U.S. Chamber of Commerce over the Trump administration's proposals for rewriting the North American Free Trade Agreement, after the business group called the president's ...and more »

AFL-CIO says Trump administration has 'listened' on trade - Washington Examiner

Washington ExaminerAFL-CIO says Trump administration has 'listened' on tradeWashington ExaminerThe AFL-CIO, the nation's largest labor federation, said Friday that the Trump administration had "listened to our ideas" on trade and was apparently pursuing them as part of the renegotiations for the North American Free Trade Agreement. The ...and more »

NAFTA further imperilled by US demand for stringent auto content - CTV News

CTV NewsNAFTA further imperilled by US demand for stringent auto contentCTV NewsOTTAWA -- Pessimism about the fate of NAFTA is mounting amid dismay that the U.S. wants to impose stringent new American content requirements on vehicles that are allowed duty-free movement across North America. The United States is set to propose ...and more »

US Chamber of Commerce calls Trump's NAFTA proposals 'highly dangerous' - The Hill

The HillUS Chamber of Commerce calls Trump's NAFTA proposals 'highly dangerous'The HillA powerful business group is urging the Trump administration to abandon a slew of what it considers 'dangerous' proposals in an update of the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The U.S. Chamber of Commerce said Friday that the White House ...and more »

Trump's Anti-NAFTA Position Will Drive Business Into The Arms of Democrats - Forbes

ForbesTrump's Anti-NAFTA Position Will Drive Business Into The Arms of DemocratsForbesProviding insights and news about the global auto business. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. President Donald Trump on Friday. (Photo by BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images). The Trump White House is floating extreme ...and more »

US Chamber of Commerce urges Trump to back off 'dangerous' protectionist NAFTA demands - The Globe and Mail

The Globe and MailUS Chamber of Commerce urges Trump to back off 'dangerous' protectionist NAFTA demandsThe Globe and MailThe subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. close panel. © 2017 The Globe and Mail Inc. All Rights Reserved. Terms & Conditions Privacy Policy. U.S. Chamber of Commerce urges Trump to ...and more »

Trump's NAFTA Plans Are On a Collision Course With Absolutely Everyone - Foreign Policy (blog)

Foreign Policy (blog)Trump's NAFTA Plans Are On a Collision Course With Absolutely EveryoneForeign Policy (blog)With another round of NAFTA negotiations due to begin next week, President Donald Trump's trade demands increasingly appear to be on a collision course with Mexico, Canada, American businesses, and even a majority of Americans. Calling NAFTA a bad ...and more »

USTR considering a carveout for cross-border trucking services in NAFTA - World Trade Online

USTR considering a carveout for cross-border trucking services in NAFTAWorld Trade OnlineThe U.S. is considering requesting a carveout for cross-border trucking services in a retooled North American Free Trade Agreement, sources said, a move that could lead to the end of a controversial trucking program that allows Mexican carriers to ...and more »

Mexican official will not commit to NAFTA talks finishing by year's end - World Trade Online

Mexican official will not commit to NAFTA talks finishing by year's endWorld Trade OnlineSubstance, and not politics, is the chief factor driving the timing of NAFTA negotiations, Karen Antebi, an economic counselor in the Mexican Embassy's Trade and NAFTA Office, said on Oct. 6. U.S. and Mexican officials have repeatedly stated their goal ...and more »

Trump Administration Poised to Make Deal-Killing NAFTA Demands - New York Magazine

New York MagazineTrump Administration Poised to Make Deal-Killing NAFTA DemandsNew York MagazineNext week, the Trump administration plans to barge into talks on the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement and toss a giant deal-breaker onto the table: According to the The Wall Street Journal, U.S. Trade Representative Robert ...and more »

Mexico warns against US 'protectionist war' - The Japan News

Mexico warns against US 'protectionist war'The Japan NewsReutersMEXICO CITY (Reuters) — Mexican officials warned on Thursday that U.S. proposals in ongoing NAFTA negotiations would result in protectionism and higher prices rather than free trade, as concerns about the future of the deal helped drag the peso ...and more »

Consulting with Canadian Stakeholders on Copyright and Other Cultural Elements of NAFTA - Markets Insider

Consulting with Canadian Stakeholders on Copyright and Other Cultural Elements of NAFTAMarkets InsiderVANCOUVER, Oct. 6, 2017 /CNW/ - The Canada–United States–Mexico trilateral relationship is a model to the world. It supports growth, innovation and well-paying jobs in all three countries. Canada buys more goods from the U.S. than any other single ...and more »

Trump, take your smart regulation cuts to NAFTA negotiations - The Hill

The HillTrump, take your smart regulation cuts to NAFTA negotiationsThe HillCountries negotiate trade agreements in order to advance their own economic interests. The U.S. push to re-negotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is no exception. The Trump administration sees narrowing the trade deficit as an ...and more »

White House pushes backs against business criticism of NAFTA talks - Washington Examiner

Washington ExaminerWhite House pushes backs against business criticism of NAFTA talksWashington ExaminerThe Trump administration rejected criticism Friday from business groups over the way it is conducting the North American Free Trade Agreement, saying the opponents of the administration's objectives are part of the Washington establishment it is trying ...and more »

Top US business group says Trump's Nafta stance 'dangerous' - Financial Times

Financial TimesTop US business group says Trump's Nafta stance 'dangerous'Financial TimesThe most powerful US corporate lobby group has launched a broadside against Donald Trump over his stance on renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement. The US Chamber of Commerce said on Friday the Trump administration's proposals ...and more »