U.S. said to be flexible on key auto demand in NAFTA talksMarch 21, 2018
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.
Mexico's auto sector is down but still kickingMarch 19, 2018
Trump's rhetoric and policies have put a dent in Mexico's auto industry over the last year, but the damage is far less than what some economic analysts on both sides of the border feared.
Mexico relieved, still wary about NAFTA effectsMarch 12, 2018
The exemption of Mexico steel and aluminum tariffs was a lifeline for the renegotiation of NAFTA, but Mexican officials still fear issue could be used as a bargaining chip to force concessions.
Now, the industry's hunt for exemptions beginsMarch 10, 2018
Automakers and suppliers are hoping for tariff exemptions on various imported products they say are critical.
As Trump adviser leaves, a win for hard-line tariff supportersMarch 7, 2018
Gary Cohn's departure from the White House is a victory for the protectionists who have sought to push President Donald Trump to fully embrace their views.
Marchionne calls for cooling-off on U.S. trade rhetoricMarch 6, 2018
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne called for a cooling-off over U.S. threats to impose tariffs on steel, aluminum and European car imports, warning the resulting "noise" was complicating talks on the future of NAFTA.
U.S. offers Canada-Mexico tariff waiver to ease NAFTA pathMarch 6, 2018
the Trump administration has offered to exclude Canada and Mexico from tariffs on steel and aluminum as an incentive to reach a deal on a new NAFTA before a string of elections make it difficult.
Auto industry rejects Trump's tariff threatsMarch 6, 2018
Automotive companies on both sides of the Atlantic pushed back on President Donald Trump's talk of a trade war with Europe using a similar refrain: Everyone will suffer if his rhetoric becomes reality.
Trump's tariffs dominate final day of NAFTA talksMarch 5, 2018
Ministers from the United States, Canada and Mexico meet on Monday to wrap up the latest NAFTA talks under the shadow of President Trump's proposed steep tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
NAFTA talks soured, hamstrung by Trump steel trade war threatsMarch 2, 2018
President Donald Trump's threats to unleash a trade war over steel crushed any hopes of substantial progress in talks to rework NAFTA, pitching negotiators into a political maelstrom and heightening fears for the trade deal's future.
Talks on NAFTA autos impasse to be scheduled between roundsMarch 1, 2018
Officials from the United States, Mexico and Canada plan to discuss trade rules for auto production in North America if no progress is made on the issue in the current round of NAFTA negotiations.
Mexico concerns about U.S. steel tariffs hang over NAFTA talksFeb. 28, 2018
Mexico's trade minister will discuss the threat of United States steel import tariffs with Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, adding to trade tensions during the latest push to renegotiate NAFTA.