GM cutbacks complicate passage of trade pactDec. 10
Battle begins over new NAFTA dealDec. 6
Donald Trump's push to get Congress to quickly pass his NAFTA replacement trade deal -- a crucial deal for the auto industry -- will require the president to take an uncharacteristic approach in negotiations: seek compromise while resisting strong-arm tactics.
U.S., Canada, Mexico continue brinkmanship on trade deal until signingNov. 30
The U.S., Canada and Mexico signed a new trade deal championed by President Donald Trump to replace the quarter-century-old NAFTA pact, capping a year of intense negotiations and offering a glimmer of certainty amid rising global tensions over trade.
Industry on edge with trade pact signing nearNov. 19
Provisional agreement on a new North American trade pact was supposed to reduce economic uncertainty for the industry after months of acrimonious negotiations. But less than two weeks before the official signing of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, auto interests are worried that U.S. tariffs on raw materials and vehicles will wipe out any potential benefits.
Key Democrat demands changes to new North America trade dealNov. 14
McConnell rules out vote on new NAFTA trade deal before 2019Oct. 16
Can Trump get USMCA through Congress?Oct. 8
Lawmakers, industry and interest groups are withholding full-throated support for the deal until some details become clearer, such as how the new regional content and minimum-wage requirements for autos would be applied and enforced.
Ghosn sees more investment in U.S. following new NAFTA dealOct. 2
Mich. Democrat warns Trump not to jam new trade deal through CongressOct. 2
A House Democrat and top trade adviser to Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has cautioned President Donald Trump against ramming his new North American trade agreement through Congress before new lawmakers are sworn in next year.
Auto industry, UAW await details on NAFTA rewriteOct. 1
U.S. automakers, analysts and the UAW said President Donald Trump's revised NAFTA deal could have positive implications for the U.S. auto industry, but details of the agreement still needed a closer look.
Trump claims victory for hardball trade tacticsOct. 1
President Donald Trump touted a new North American trade agreement as not only a victory for U.S. companies and workers, but also validation of an aggressive policy approach built on threatening trading partners with tariffs to exact concessions.