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Trump Says US Will “Probably” End Up Terminating NAFTA

Despite a subdued trilateral statement from the three nations renegotiating NAFTA and a seeming commitment to move forward with a deal, President Trump has returned to talk of killing the free trade agreement altogether.

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ITC Review Reflects Ups and Downs in Global Trade

The International Trade Commission’s Year in Trade report for 2016 shows mixed results in trade among free trade agreement partner countries and trade preference program nations.

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Mexico Says E-Commerce Provisions, Rules of Origin Changes to NAFTA May Help US Trade Deficit

The threat to slap tariffs on imports from Mexico wasn’t part of the Trump Administration’s recently outlined objectives for renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement, but dealing with the trade deficit, of course, was.

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Trump Rolls Out NAFTA Renegotiation Objectives to Support, Criticism

The president has been everything from confrontational to conciliatory on the subject of NAFTA but it's now time for Canada and Mexico to respond to his newly released plan, which hit on some familiar notes.

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Textile and Apparel Imports Up, Pushed by Surge From Asian Makers

Led by significant gains by key Asian suppliers that had been sluggish so far this year, apparel and textile imports to the U.S. increased 11.1% in May to 5.5 billion square meter equivalents.

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