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Make America Manufacture Again

I think there are common misconceptions at the root of the discussion of the US manufacturing job market. So I wanted to dig a little deeper to shed some light on an often talked about but not researched topic. 706 more words

The new strategy for US and Mexican diplomats: Stick to the facts and avoid the name "Trump"

Donald Trump has sent US-Mexico relations into a tailspin. To set them back on track, the countries’ top diplomats avoided any mention of the combative US president when they… 305 more words

Is the Border Tax Crossing the Line?

By Susan Kohn Ross and Jeffrey D. Davine

It is far too early to discern the extent of any change to the relationship between the U.S. 1,443 more words

Tax And Trusts & Estates

U.S.-Mexico Trade: The Numbers and the Real Issues

By Robert A. Blecker*

Officials in the Trump administration are proposing a new way of measuring the U.S.-Mexican trade deficit that, by making the deficit look larger than it currently appears, will likely be spun to support efforts to impose high tariffs or dismantle NAFTA.   703 more words

It's not just trade that's threatened by Trump's simplistic view of NAFTA

When US president Donald Trump looks at Mexico, all he sees is a $60 billion trade deficit glaring back at him.

“Maybe we do a new NAFTA… 918 more words

Freeland's statement standing by Mexico on NAFTA suggests politeness not policy, says Trade expert

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland pledged that Canada will not enter North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) talks with U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration without Mexico. 580 more words

Economy

Five things you should know before you start your work day on Feb. 22

Good morning! Editor Nicole MacAdam (@nicole_mac1) here. RBI makes a muscular move with Popeye’s purchase, Canadian refineries are awash with OPEC oil and Freeland says any NAFTA ‘tweaks’ must also involve our Mexican amigos. 682 more words

Executive