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Trump is getting closer to a win on a new NAFTA. But his Mexico tariff threats could undermine a deal.
After Trump threatened to hit Mexico with tariffs in an immigration fight this month, some wonder how effective a ratified USMCA would be.
Avocados, cars, and all the other products that will get more expensive if Trump puts a 5% tariff on Mexican imports
The US imports more agricultural products — such as avocados — from Mexico than any other of its trading partners.
President Donald Trump is pushing his luck with his latest tariff threat against Mexico, which would hurt the US auto industry.
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.
The US, Canada, and Mexico are moving closer to finalizing a trade deal that would replace the 25-year old NAFTA.
President Donald Trump has announced an end to metal tariffs on Canada and Mexico, clearing major hurdles for a new North American trade agreement.
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.
Trump and the Republican-controlled Senate are increasingly at odds on everything from trade to Yemen to the border wall
With massive trade negotiations on the table, more fighting between Trump and the Senate are likely.
A North American Free Trade Agreement overhaul that was rolled out last year would have a positive but modest impact on the economy, the International Trade Commission said Thursday.
4 months after sealing a new trade deal with Mexico and Canada, Trump begins attempt to win over Congress
"They don’t think they're going to have enough votes on their side obviously to pass it. They don’t," Pascrell added.