U.S. and Mexico relations plunged into chaos on Thursday, pushing the countries closer to a trade war that threatens to spoil decades of friendship and economic cooperation.
“NAFTA has given us the opportunity to invest in the U.S. to buy grain from American farmers and sell it to our customers in Mexico,” said Jaime Castrellon, a Mexican farmer and board member for Grupo Chapa Quiroga, speaking through an interpreter. Read moreRead More »
Factory operations suspended under sweeping environmental inspections are affecting supply chains in China ranging from chemicals to electronics to textiles, creating a crunch at its ports and uncertain timelines for deliveries, sources told Bloomberg BNA. Read moreRead More »