Trump trade officials prefer tri-lateral NAFTA deal -U.S. senators

Trump trade officials prefer tri-lateral NAFTA deal -U.S. senators

Trump trade officials prefer tri-lateral NAFTA deal -U.S. senators

President Donald Trump's administration to tell Congress early next week of plans to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, a move that would produce talks by late August.

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"The outcome of the renegotiation of NAFTA will have major impacts on the Mexican economy as well as South Korea's exports", an official from the association said. He says Mexico is ready to enter "a serious negotiation" with the United States.

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In Washington, Ross declined to predict the exact timing of the notification, saying that there were more consultations with Congress needed first.

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Guajardo also said that a dispute over sugar with the United States could be resolved within two weeks, before a June 5 deadline to break the impasse.

Late last month President Trump signed an executive order that required the Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross and the USTR, in consultation with several federal agencies, to "conduct comprehensive performance reviews" of all of the U.S. free trade agreements and "renegotiate or terminate" policies that the Administration believes are harmful to the United States. "A good example is the USA dispute case against China's excessive domestic wheat subsidies that violate its WTO membership agreement".

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