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Mexico rejects U.S. labor demands on USMCA
President López Obrador pushed back against U.S. efforts to subject Mexico's labor market to external oversight under a new North American trade deal
Bangkok summit: the future of global growth and trade lies in East Asia
15 countries covering nearly a third of the world’s gross domestic product agreed to sign up for the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) in February 2020
Mexico expects U.S. Congress to approve USMCA soon
Mexico expects U.S. lawmakers to soon begin the process of approving USMCA now that President López Obrador has promised wage increases and funding for labor reforms
President López Obrador meets with U.S. Democrats to discuss trade and labor
A delegation of Democrats met with President López Obrador to discuss Mexico’s labor
Trump impeachment could derail USMCA
The investigation leading to impeachment against U.S. President Donald Trump could further delay the ratification of the trade deal between Mexico, the U.S., and Canada that would replace the current North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
The Trump administration imposes duties on Mexican steel
Meanwhile, the Economy Ministry said it would continue to support the affected Mexican firms
The U.S. imposes preliminary tariffs on Mexican steel
The U.S. Commerce Department said local producers were being harmed by steel imports from Mexico and China
U.S. lifts steel and aluminum tariffs on Mexico and Canada
Trump had imposed the global “Section 232” tariffs of 25% on steel and 10% on aluminum in March 2018
Brazil and Mexico to trade rice and beans
Top agriculture officials from both countries met in Japan to discuss this trade opportunity
Mexico files complaint against the U.S. over steel tariffs at the WTO
The tariff measures imposed by Trump are in direct violation of the WTO safeguards agreement