Mexico plots open trade course to escape Trump's threatsDec. 15
President Donald Trump's "America First" brand of economic nationalism is pushing Mexico to seek sanctuary in more open commercial ties elsewhere to soften the blow of a possible breakdown of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Canadian ambassador to U.S. hopeful for NAFTA deal by MarchDec. 8
Volkswagen Mexico executive sees scope to boost NAFTA auto contentDec. 7
Trump's hopes for quick NAFTA deal are dimming as talks slowNov. 22
NAFTA nations lock horns on U.S. auto demands as fifth round endsNov. 21
U.S. House members oppose Trump administration auto trade rules proposalNov. 15
Commerce chief Ross says 'some sort' of NAFTA deal will reach TrumpNov. 14
Toyota denies 'political game' with plantOct. 29
Toyota trims planned investment in new Mexico plant to $700 millionOct. 24
NAFTA's fate may rest with CongressOct. 23
President Trump doesn't have a completely free hand when it comes to trade. Congress has certain authorities to regulate international commerce, and NAFTA was enabled by a series of domestic laws that only Congress can change.