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NAFTA Now Bananas - Canada and Mexico Propose U.S. Should Apply Import Tax To Canadian and Mexican Autos...

Trade Representatives from Canada, Mexico and the U.S. are in the deepest weeds within NAFTA negotiations, and some of the current proposals are flat out nuts. 674 more words

President Trump and First Lady Melania Host Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Lady Akie Abe...

Video from last night’s dinner with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Lady Akie Abe, President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump.

It is not unusual for the Abe family and Trump family to drop formality and use informal terms/guestures during their meetings. 23 more words

BREAKING: Mexico Agrees To Pay for Wall - Offering Emergency Deal To Close NAFTA Tariff Loophole...

Allow me to introduce:”SUPER-MAGA-NAFTA-WINNING

This Reuters article is framed around Mexico making a surprise announcement they will support the U.S. steel tariff against China by shutting down the… 1,110 more words

China Underestimated Trump - Beijing Attempts To Coerce Europe in Desperate Bid To Create Trade Firewall...

As expected, China is starting to realize they underestimated the severity of President Trump’s three-decade-long perspective on trade.

Against the backdrop of $150 billion in looming U.S. 514 more words

White House Press Briefing - U.S. Japan Summit at Mar-a-Lago (Audio and Transcript)...

White House Press Briefing by National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow and National Security Council Senior Director for Asian Affairs Matthew Pottinger. Today’s briefing is happening during a Presidential summit with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. 5,583 more words

US adds India to currency watch list, demands reforms to address surpluses

The US Treasury added India to its watch list of countries with potentially questionable foreign exchange policies, joining China and four others, according to a report issued on Saturday. 357 more words

Meaningless Words - Chairman Xi Jinping Uses Panda Speech To Con China Trade Critics...

While necessarily needing to continue the gamesmanship, and publicly exhibit positive reception therein, I doubt seriously President Trump is fooled by this familiar Chinese ploy. Actions speak louder than words: 491 more words