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jueves, 25 de enero de 2018

Trump has fundamentally changed the way global leaders view America

Trump has fundamentally changed the way global leaders view America
- In 2016, Trump offended 120 million Mexicans. And as a representative of Mexico, I'm here to make it clear that the real Mexico is different. We are still one of the largest economies in the world. We are a solid nation with a solid future. Mexico is a reliable partner to United States. Crime in Mexico is high, ...



No one seems to want to run Trump's EPA in California

No one seems to want to run Trump's EPA in California
- On Tuesday, an oil and gas lobbyist from New Mexico who, according to several people inside the Trump administration, was poised to fill the post told The ... "I am not leaving my current role as Executive Director of the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association for any position at EPA or elsewhere within the ...

A Progressive Reformist Is Leading Mexico's Presidential Polls—and Washington Is Freaking Out

A Progressive Reformist Is Leading Mexico's Presidential Polls—and Washington Is Freaking Out
- Last year, immediately after Trump's inauguration, the Mexican leader embarked on a tour of more than a dozen cities in the United States, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, New York, and Washington, DC, to express his solidarity with the Mexican diaspora. López Obrador's speeches ...

Canada, Mexico Describe Nafta 'Win-Win-Win' Opportunity at Davos

Canada, Mexico Describe Nafta 'Win-Win-Win' Opportunity at Davos
- Nafta talks began in August and have been slated through March, with the seventh round expected in late February in Mexico City. Trump had initially wanted a deal by December, though trade negotiations of this scale typically take years. Freeland called on political and business leaders at Davos to do ...

Trump team isn't negotiating a good NAFTA deal for workers

Trump team isn't negotiating a good NAFTA deal for workers
- The evidence is in: Trump is the King of Offshoring. Since Trump promised to stop American job outsourcing, company after company has announced its intent to send more jobs overseas. Over 600 Indianapolis Carrier jobs went to Mexico, along with 300 jobs across town at Rexnord, and ...

Why Trump's solar and washing machine tariffs may play well in Michigan

Why Trump's solar and washing machine tariffs may play well in Michigan
- They're in Juarez, Mexico, right now. Brancaccio: To bring us up to 2018 here, what do you make of these headlines that the Trump administration is going to hit some overseas appliances with a tariff because the competition has just become too fierce and hurt American jobs? Huckleberry: Speaking ...

Canada unveils ideas to save NAFTA as Trudeau urges US executives to back free trade

Canada unveils ideas to save NAFTA as Trudeau urges US executives to back free trade
- Under NAFTA, at least 62.5 per cent of the net cost of a passenger car or light truck must originate in the United States, Canada or Mexico to avoid tariffs. U.S. President Donald Trump's administration wants the threshold raised to 85 per cent. Trump has described NAFTA as disastrous for the U.S. ...

Trump arrives in Davos 'to tell world how great America is'

Trump arrives in Davos 'to tell world how great America is'
Trump's forthcoming appearance at the World Economic Forum is much anticipated, given how starkly at odds his protectionist "America First" rhetoric is ... (TPP) trade agreement and has threatened to abandon the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) between the USA, Canada and Mexico.

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