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.
On March 4, 2014, the Chinese premier, Li Keqiang, told almost 3,000 delegates at the National People’s Congress and many more watching live on state television, “We will resolutely declare war against pollution as we declared war against poverty.” Read moreRead More »
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is likely dead for the United States. Farm groups whose members supported President-elect Donald Trump in large numbers are faced with seeing the new president kill a trade deal those farmers have aggressively lobbied Congress to pass. Among his first acts, Trump is expected to withdraw from[…]Read More »