Mexican and Canadian officials said Tuesday that negotiations to update the North American Free Trade Agreement with the U.S. should be trilateral as a matter of common sense, and that replacing it with bilateral pacts would be impractical.
The European Union and Japan signaled stepped-up efforts to reach a free-trade agreement, seeking to counter U.S. President Donald Trump’s protectionist tilt. Read moreRead More »
Beneficial rains in both India and the United States kept pressure on cotton prices during the week as the December futures contract, in a rare event, settled the week unchanged at 68.59. Thus, the market continues to consolidate June loses in the breakout below 71 cents, down to the 66[…]Read More »