UAW has no NAFTA problems with CanadaJuly 20
UAW President Dennis Williams says Mexico, not Canada, makes for an unfair and unbalanced auto industry under the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Suppliers still wary of U.S. border taxJuly 20
Many Republicans have expressed skepticism or opposition toward the border adjustment tax, but House leaders still are expected to pursue the tax.
NAFTA talks to start Aug. 16 in WashingtonJuly 19
The first of seven rounds round of negotiations on a new North American Free Trade Agreement will take place Aug. 16-20. The remaining rounds will happen in three-week intervals.
Trump seeks changes to rules of origin in NAFTAJuly 17
The auto sector is not specifically mentioned in the Trump administration's broad list of objectives for the renegotiation of NAFTA, but the United States does say changes to rules of origin are needed.
U.S. NAFTA wish list puts Canadian parts makers at easeJuly 18
The Canadian Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association says the list of U.S. objectives for a renegotiated NAFTA signals that Washington understands how integrated the North American auto industry really is.
Trudeau hears U.S. governors praise NAFTA, denounce border taxJuly 14
U.S. state governors who met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday voiced their displeasure about a suggested border tax and stressed their interest in seeing NAFTA survive and continue beyond its upcoming renegotiation.
Unifor, UAW NAFTA demands 'just not possible,' expert saysJuly 12
Canadian union Unifor and the United Auto Workers won't likely get what they want from a renegotiated NAFTA, says an expert in the field of international trade. Ian Lee calls the demands "political."
Unifor, UAW team up to seek NAFTA changesJuly 11
Unifor and the UAW have joined forces to urge the governments of Canada, Mexico and the United States to make significant changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Trudeau to meet group of U.S. governors prior to NAFTA talksJuly 7
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will make one more visit to the United States before the renegotiation of NAFTA begins. A statement issued Friday suggests the auto supply chain will be a topic of discussion.
Auto industry groups urge caution in changing NAFTA origin rulesJune 28
Auto industry trade groups warn that tightening the rules of origin in the North American Free Trade Agreement could be disruptive and hurt the competitiveness of U.S., Mexican and Canadian auto plants.
Canadian officials in U.S. hammering home importance of NAFTAJune 29
Canadian Trade Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne spends days at a time in the United States, including the important automotive state of Ohio, hammering home how important NAFTA is to both countries.
A Trump NAFTA victory rides on big changes to how cars are builtJune 27
The auto industry could hold the key to U.S. success in the renegotiation of NAFTA, and President Donald Trump has threatened to walk away from the trade deal if he can't get better terms.