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Former Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, US President Donald Trump, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the ceremonial signing of the USMCA free trade agreement in November 2018.

Trump’s new Mexico tariffs threaten to derail a major trade agreement that took more than a year of bitter negotiation, and they’re even d...

President Donald Trump threatened 5% tariffs on Mexican goods in June that could increase to 25% to compel Mexico to stem migration into the US.

A top GOP senator warns that Trump’s massive trade deal with Canada and Mexico is ‘dead’ unless the president reverses his tariffs

"If these tariffs aren't lifted, USMCA is dead. There is no appetite in Congress to debate USMCA with these tariffs in place," Grassley said.

The US restaurant industry could be the big winner of Trump’s trade war

President Donald Trump's trade war could whack many US businesses, but restaurants could actually be huge winners. The decline pork, corn, apple, and cheese prices could help save US restaurants millions.
President Donald Trump

Trump’s trade policy is a rerun of a terrible 1980s policy where ‘American consumers were the biggest losers’

President Donald Trump's attempts to protect US steel and aluminum industries is a re-run of protectionist policies in the 1980s. Those policies ended up costing American more and doing little to help boost US companies.
Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau and US President Donald Trump

One chart shows why Trump’s trade fight with Canada and Mexico is misguided

The goal of President Donald Trump's trade fights is to reduce the US trade deficit, which makes the president's recent focus on Canada and Mexico even more puzzling.