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President Donald Trump's push for a quick resolution to NAFTA talks is being stymied by persistent differences over a handful of the make-or-break issues.
Donald Trump says he's willing to “renegotiate forever” on NAFTA, a threat that comes as his trade office again softens its marquee demand for changes to the auto sector.
Mexican economy minister lowered expectations that the three NAFTA nations will reach an initial deal this week, saying instead he sees an 80 percent chance of an agreement by the first week of May.
Senior ministers from the three NAFTA countries are gathering in Washington amid growing signs of optimism that they could find common ground on the toughest issues.
President Donald Trump said the United States may reach a deal soon on a revamped NAFTA while playing down expectations the announcement will come next week at a regional summit in Peru.
The Trump administration has softened a key NAFTA demand for more North American content in car manufacturing, three people familiar with the talks told Bloomberg.
The Trump administration is hoping to pull off a quick NAFTA win by aiming for a provisional pact as early as next week. A look at the political calendar explains why that's all he's likely to get.
Sales of new vehicles fell 0.5 percent to 186,993 units in March. The president of the Global Automakers of Canada says President Trump's threats and tariffs might have affected consumer confidence.
Trade negotiators for the United States floated a plan under reworked NAFTA rules stipulating a certain amount of auto production must be carried out in areas with higher salaries, Reuters reported.
AutoCanada, Canada's only publicly traded auto retailer, is buying most of the Grossinger Auto Group in Chicago, giving it a foothold in the United States -- with plans for more growth.
The United States, Canada and Mexico are making headway on the key NAFTA issue of auto rules, sending the loonie and peso higher in the latest sign of progress in months-long talks.
Researchers at the University of Waterloo say because there are significant variations between pedestrians, they present many unique challenges for autonomous vehicles.
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