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The White House is preparing to issue the notification to Congress that it will renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement. Read Full Story
South Korean exporters have been urged to put in place strategies to deal with potential changes to trading conditions with the United States. Read Full Story
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has announced the beginning, from February 1, of a 90-day consultation process to identify possible improvements to the North American Free Trade Agreement that Mexico could support. Read Full Story
Uncertainty over the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement will be a drag on Canadian business investment in 2017, according to research by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Read Full Story
The White House website has indicated that the Trump Administration will renegotiate, and could withdraw from, the North American Free Trade Agreement with Mexico and Canada, according to a list of six "issues" the new Administration has released that it intends to address. Read Full Story
While there has been a concentration by President-elect Donald Trump on warnings of increased import tariffs on Mexican exports to the United States, his spokesman Sean Spicer has indicated that exports from Canada could also be subject to the same tax response. Read Full Story
In press interviews, Mexico's Economy Minister, Ildefonso Guajardo, has said that while US president-elect Donald Trump's threatened import tariffs are a global problem, Mexico will have to be prepared to retaliate immediately with its own measures. Read Full Story
On October 19, in their third and final debate before the US election, Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton restated their widely different tax policies, without providing any new detail. Read Full Story
Think tank the Fraser Institute has warned that the rise of protectionism in the US and Europe threatens Canada's future economic prosperity. Read Full Story
Primero Mining Corporation has reiterated that it will continue to challenge the Mexican tax authority's efforts to nullify the advance pricing agreement they agreed in 2012. Read Full Story
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