NAFTA trade negotiators convene in Washington next week for a limited round of talks unlikely to move the needle on major sticking points, but aimed at demonstrating some progress towards closing easier chapters.
Top executives from Detroit’s auto makers met with Vice President Mike Pence in Washington Monday, reiterating concerns that potential changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement could disrupt the industry’s intricate supply chains.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and the administration's top trade official met with the chief executives of General Motors and Fiat Chrysler , and a senior manager from Ford , on Monday to discuss trade and the renegotiation of NAFTA.
DETROIT: Terminating the North American Free Trade Agreement would harm the U.S. and Canadian economies and reduce their competitiveness versus Asia and Europe, a report issued by the Bank of Montreal said on Monday.
According to the report,...
Trump has promised a deal ‘very, very quickly’. If talks proceed as slowly as they are for a revised US agreement with Canada and Mexico, that won’t happen
Being a Canadian sabbatical visitor in the United Kingdom this year has allowed me to...