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PODCAST: Trade experts weigh in on the future of NAFTA


Last week, Automotive News held a lively discussion on NAFTA with three automotive trade experts at the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel in Detroit.

Among the things we discussed: Who stands to lose the most if NAFTA falls? Does a unified voice on NAFTA exist? And if not, who should lead the charge?

Our panelists were:

• Flavio Volpe, President of Canada’s Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association

• Kellie Meiman, Managing Partner at McLarty Associates, and formerly with the Office of the United States Trade Representative

• Emilio Cadena, President & CEO of Mexico’s Grupo Prodensa.

Click "play" in the audio player above to listen to the conversation in it's entirety.

NAFTA Talks panelists, from left, Flavio Volpe, Kellie Meiman and Emilio Cadena with Automotive News Publisher Jason Stein
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