Exclusive: Mexico-U.S. deal includes Mexican auto export cap -sources
Wednesday, 29 August 2018 By David Shepardson and Ana Isabel Martinez WASHINGTON/MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A proposed U.S.-Mexico trade deal would allow PresidentDonald Trump to impose punitive tariffs of up to 25 percent on imports of Mexican-made cars, sport utility vehicles and auto parts above certain volumes, auto executives and sources said on Tuesday. The United States and Mexico agreed on Monday to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), pressuring Canada to agree to new auto trade and dispute settlement rules to remain part of the three-nation pact
According to Reuters, a proposed U.S.-Mexico trade deal could allow President Donald Trump to impose tariffs of up to 25 percent on imports of Mexican-made cars, sport utility vehicles and auto parts above certain quantities. This proposal is following the United States and Mexico's agreement on...
According to a report by Reuters, on Monday, Auto executives gathered in Detroit called on the Trump administration and Congress to resolve trade disputes and end the government shutdown as political..