MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Canada and Mexico will not make counterproposals to U.S. demands for tougher NAFTA automotive content rules but instead will offer rebuttals and pepper American negotiators with technical questions on Monday, people familiar with ...

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Canada, Mexico to question U.S. auto content demands at NAFTA talks
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Canada and Mexico will not make counterproposals to U.S. demands for tougher NAFTA automotive content rules but instead will offer rebuttals and pepper American negotiators with technical questions on Monday, people familiar with the talks said.
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Nafta Negotiations Shift Down a Gear - Bloomberg
Congress, business groups ask White House to moderate posture
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Trump gets the trade problem all wrong - The Washington Post
Most Americans likely think that our trade policies have been largely the same since the Republic’s earliest days. The assumptions are that we’re free traders now and always have been; also, that we’ve long been a manufacturing power, boosting exports. If we sometimes lose in global competition, the main cause is that other countries don’t play fair.
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The Slow Killing of the World Trade Organization | HuffPost
The Trump administration threatens to end the world’s trade court, the Appellate Body (AB) of the World Trade Organization (WTO), by blocking the appointment of new AB judges. In doing so, it risks destroying the rules-based trading system that the U.S. constructed after the end of the Cold War.
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Cheese and Bourbon May Face Backlash From U.S. Solar Tariff - Bloomberg
WTO allows retaliatory duties targeting specific products
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