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NAFTA is essential for USA

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As the presidents of two border-state chambers of commerce, we know firsthand of the power of the North American Free Trade Agreement. NAFTA is an indispensable component of our states’ economic prosperity.

Not surprisingly, our states’ international neighbors represent our largest trading partners. And for each of us, the other NAFTA partner country is our second-largest export market.

Canada in NAFTA

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Rather than playing a weak hand during the latest round of North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations, Canada is in a much stronger position than most people realize, says Peter Hall.

Hall, the chief economist at Export Development Canada, was in Halifax on Monday to speak to local business leaders about the economy, the dollar and what might happen if the NAFTA talks fail.

NAFTA manufacturing tour in Mexico

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San Diego, California and Tijuana, Mexico. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is currently being negotiated leaving some manufacturers unsure about the future of international trade. The good news is that medical device and aerospace manufacturers in Mexico have access to other international agreements and special tariff sections that don’t depend on NAFTA. Co-Production International (CPI) is hosting a special no-cost, one-day tour and educational forum to discuss NAFTA impact on Mexico while giving attendees a first-hand look at the booming Mexico manufacturing industries.

NAFTA renegotiations

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LIVE in San Diego and available via Zoom to anyone, anywhere. The event for Zoom starts at 4:30pm Pacific Time (US).

Since the inception of NAFTA on Jan 1, 1994, for the first time there is a serious discussion about the U.S.’s terms within the agreement. As the future of NAFTA is renegotiated and its historical impact debated, we will discuss the practical considerations for a business today that is active in importing/exporting within North America.

Nafta Negotiators Are Said to Tackle Labor

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- U.S., Canada want Mexico to protect workers, pay higher wages

- Trump administration looking to require more regional content

Officials from the U.S., Canada and Mexico will start to tackle some of the tougher issues in the North American Free Trade Agreement as they discuss labor, dispute resolution and rules of origin for products at a negotiating session in Mexico City, according to two people familiar with the schedule.

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