Trump is the first U.S. president to visit the conference in 18 years, and while he arrived with a large delegation of Cabinet secretaries and top aides, his address was largely boilerplate.
With political pressure building for talks to wrap up in coming months, one side will have to give in soon — most likely on one of these five contentious American proposals.
Donald Trump proposes hiking the share of a typical car that must be built in the three countries to 85%. The bigger breakthrough might stem from the U.S., Canada and Mexico discussing changes to how the actual value of a car is calculated.
Noting that NAFTA has helped quadruple trade between the three countries since taking effect in 1994, now reaching $1.5 trillion annually, the chambers of commerce from all three countries argue that multinational manufacturing value chains could...
Ummmmm, yes. Of course, all three countries are losing patience with every other NAFTA counterpart, too.