New York Times  Oct 3  Comment 
Abandoning the free-trade deal with America’s neighbors would mean upending major industries and a generation’s worth of economic integration.
Yahoo  Sep 27  Comment 
Jim Cramer issues a series of burning questions for Donald Trump to answer about U.S. trade agreements.
New York Times  Sep 23  Comment 
With both candidates bashing free trade, how their anger translates into policy is the big question south of the border.
Benzinga  Sep 20  Comment 
Former President Bill Clinton said on Tuesday that activist investors are partially to blame when companies flee the United States for Mexico. Speaking to CNBC during the Clinton Global Initiative's annual meeting in New York City, Clinton said...
MarketWatch  Sep 20  Comment 
It’s a shame that so little attention has been paid to Donald Trump’s remarks during his visit to Mexico about revising the North American Free Trade Agreement to benefit the U.S. and Mexico, writes Alan Tonelson.  Sep 16  Comment 
Donald Trump lambasted China and Mexico in his economic speech at the New York Economic Club on Thursday.
Reuters  Jul 27  Comment 
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne tells analysts in a post-results conference call:
Forbes  Jul 1  Comment 
NAFTA negotiator Carla Hills says Trump seems not to know that millions of American jobs would be lost if he rips up the treaty with Mexico and Canada.
Yahoo  Jun 29  Comment 
It’s true, as Donald Trump says, that Bill Clinton signed the North American Free Trade Agreement into law, in 1993, the first year of his presidency. Clinton did support NAFTA, but he basically inherited it from the 12-year Reagan-Bush regime....
MarketWatch  Jun 28  Comment 
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Tuesday tied the policies of President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton together in an attack on trade.

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