After NAFTA overhaul, Canada and Mexico turn to hammering out metal tariff deal

Erika Beras Oct 2, 2018
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Steel mills are seen in Hamilton, Ontario on May 31, 2018, on the eve of tariffs being imposed on the Canadian industry by the Trump administration. GEOFF ROBINS/AFP/Getty Images

After NAFTA overhaul, Canada and Mexico turn to hammering out metal tariff deal

Erika Beras Oct 2, 2018
Steel mills are seen in Hamilton, Ontario on May 31, 2018, on the eve of tariffs being imposed on the Canadian industry by the Trump administration. GEOFF ROBINS/AFP/Getty Images
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The newly inked trade agreement between the U.S., Canada and Mexico resolves issues regarding pharmaceuticals and dairy — but that still the leaves the separate, unresolved feuds around steel and aluminum tariffs. How will the three countries use the NAFTA negotiations to influence how they figure out a metal tariff deal?

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