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Food is at the center of US-UK trade concerns

by Stephen Beard Aug 11, 2017
The big fear is that America will flood the market with cheap produce.
Pedigree Aberdeen Angus beef cattle on a farm in Macclesfield, England. 
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The Trump administration may want to keep NAFTA after all

by Ryan Kailath and Janet Nguyen Jul 18, 2017
The White House has released a list of terms for renegotiating the trade agreement.
Former president Gerald Ford, then U.S. President Bill Clinton, former president Jimmy Carter and former president George Bush applaud after the signing of side agreements to the North American Free Trade Agreement on Sept. 14, 1993 at the White House in Washington, D.C.
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'Let's be real' and open markets, NAFTA architect Carla Hills says

by Kai Ryssdal and Robert Garrova May 30, 2017
The former US trade representative says there's room for improvement, but restrictions could be costly.
President George Bush caps his pen after signing the North American Free Trade Agreement on Dec. 17, 1992, in Washington, D.C. Looking on are Canadian Ambassador Derek Burney, left, U.S. Trade Rep. Carla Hills and  Mexican Ambassador Gustavo Petricioli.
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Lifting Argentine lemon ban will cost U.S. growers

by Adriene Hill May 26, 2017
'We get nailed,' a California citrus trade group says.
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Timber tariff cuts different ways in Canada, U.S.

by Marketplace Contributor May 22, 2017
New timber tariffs could save mills in the U.S., but at the cost of jobs in Canada
A worker at Pine Profiles, Inc. in Creston, B.C., one of the many businesses affected by tariffs on Canadian softwood lumber.
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Trump is actually trying to renegotiate NAFTA

by Kai Ryssdal May 18, 2017
So, what next?
 President Donald Trump speaks to workers at the headquarters of tool manufacturer Snap-On on April 18, 2017 in Kenosha, Wisconsin. 
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China pushes for free trade leadership as U.S. retreats

by Adam Allington May 15, 2017
Chinese President Xi JinPing is calling for wider participation in his country’s massive “One Belt, One Road” infrastructure project. Xi hosted a summit in Beijing over the weekend to tout the benefits of the plan, which will expand trade links between…

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NAFTA Explained

What people get wrong when they talk about NAFTA

by Kai Ryssdal and Daisy Palacios Mar 24, 2017
Economist Marc Melitz says there are common misunderstandings about NAFTA.
Employees work in a manufacturing business in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.
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NAFTA Explained

When it comes to NAFTA and autos, the parts are well traveled

by Scott Tong Mar 24, 2017
The identity of your vehicle would be best described as a multicultural collaboration.
In the early NAFTA days of the 1990s, U.S. automakers were getting out of the business of parts-making. Over the next two decades, the supply chain exploded in every direction.
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NAFTA Explained

Did NAFTA cost or create jobs? Both

by , and Mar 22, 2017
It's hard to assess the trade deal's impact. But that doesn't stop anyone from trying.
Economists estimate that NAFTA has raised U.S. GDP by one half to one percentage point. Above, President Donald Trump, who campaigned on keeping jobs in the U.S., speaks to autoworkers in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
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