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The United States and Canada failed to reach a new free trade agreement by a self-imposed deadline Friday. Instead, President Trump announced he will sign a pact with Mexico in 90 days, and that Canada could still join it. The…
By Luis Alonso Lugo, Paul Wiseman, Rob Gillies, Associated Press
President Donald Trump has said privately that he won't make compromises with Canada in high-stakes talks to revamp the North American Free Trade Agreement.
President Trump has long criticized NAFTA, so it’s little surprise that he is pursuing an alternative trade deal with Mexico. The tentative agreement reached this week contains provisions for keeping auto manufacturing in North America, ensures workers earn higher wages…
By Paul Wiseman, Luis Alonso Lugo, Rob Gillies, Associated Press
President Donald Trump's declaration of victory Monday in reaching a preliminary deal with Mexico to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement raised at least as many questions as it answered.
In our news wrap Monday, the U.S. and Mexico reached tentative agreement on a trade deal to replace NAFTA. Next, the administration will negotiate with Canada, whose foreign ministry said it’s “encouraged” by the progress to date. Meanwhile, Iran argued…
By Larisa Epatko
President Donald Trump on Monday moved to replace NAFTA with the United States-Mexico Trade Agreement, calling it “much simpler, much better” than a trade deal he has criticized for years.
President Donald Trump says he'll be "terminating" the North American Free Trade Agreement as he pursues a deal with Mexico and starts negotiations with Canada.
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
President Donald Trump's trade policies are turning long-established Republican orthodoxy on its head.
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
President Donald Trump intends to delay signing a revised version of the North American Free Trade Agreement until after the fall midterm elections, a move aimed at reaching a better deal with Canada and Mexico.
By Jennifer Hijazi
Eighty-eight million registered voters will get the chance to change the face of Mexico’s government, and affect the course of U.S. relations, with major border and trade issues at stake.
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