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Op-Ed: With West Coast blocking coal shipments, U.S. wants to use USMCA

U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette said on Friday that Canada and Mexico could help export U.S. coal to Asia to get around the blocking of shipments by West Coast states concerned about the impact of the fuel on climate change.

Mexico's Santiago River has become a toxic 'environmental hell'

By the time the Santiago River bursts over a waterfall on the outskirts of Guadalajara, in western Mexico, its stench seems to be everywhere. The river reeks of industrial waste and sewage and is possibly the most polluted river in North America.

Mexico reaffirms its rejection of U.S. labor inspectors

Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said on Monday that a dispute with the United States over appointing U.S. labor attaches to Mexico does not put a new North American trade deal at risk.

Mexico fuming after being 'blindsided' by added language in USMCA

Mexico's top trade negotiator plans to return to Washington on Sunday to express his outrage over language in the U.S. bill to implement the new North American trade agreement, potentially complicating the House's plans to pass the USMCA this week.

Trump's USMCA deal taking a hit from Congress and Mexico

Washington - Things aren't going the greatest for President Donald Trump. He has Senate Finance Chairman Chuck Grassley warning that the USMCA is "dead" unless metal tariffs are removed, while Mexico is threatening retaliatory tariffs over border slowdowns.

US pressing Mexico to make labor reforms conform with USMCA

Mexico is strenghtening a labor bill to meet requirements in the US Mexico Canada Agreement or USMCA the recently negotiated replacement for NAFTA.

Mexico won't ratify new NAFTA deal unless U.S. lifts tariffs

Ottawa - Mexico has announced there won't be a new NAFTA deal with the United States unless President Donald Trump lifts the tariffs on steel and aluminum imposed on Mexico, tariffs it also imposed on Canada

More Canadians disappointed with USMCA the new NAFTA than pleased

More Canadians say they are disappointed with the USMCA, the US, Mexico, Canada Agreement that replaces NAFTA than pleased with the new agreement.

Op-Ed: USMCA replacement for NAFTA still a deal for global corporations

The new NAFTA deal is called the USMCA, the United States Mexico Canada free trade agreement. The deal contains several changes to the original NAFTA, of varying importance for the countries involved.

Canada's dairy farmers not happy with NAFTA agreement

Ottawa - Canada's dairy farmers were quick to let their displeasure over the newly negotiated trade pact between Canada, the U.S., and Mexico, issuing a terse statement on the deal and its negative impact on the sector.
 

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President Donald J. Trump is joined by Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and Canadian Prime Minis...
President Donald J. Trump is joined by Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the USMCA signing ceremony Friday, Nov. 30, 2018, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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