The White House is expected to announce a “handshake” deal between the US and Mexico this week.
But, there’s one thing missing: a plan to pull it off.
Donald Trump says Canada’s energy exports are unfair to the US, but he’s clearly unaware that we’ve given Americans the biggest trade gift ever…
If this were a wrestling spectacle, Justin Trudeau and Enrique Pena Nieto would be the handsome, but lightweight tag team locked in a cage and improbably matched against the orange-masked gigantic villain, Donald Trump.
Business groups on both sides of the political spectrum say the “proportionality clause” is outdated and gives the US too much control over Canadian energy production.
Business leaders push for more executives to refuse to serve Trump after an “inadequate” response to a white supremacists rally in Charlottesville.
US President says Foxconn’s CEO told him of plans to invest $30 billion across the US was “off the record,” company won’t confirm details.
The iPhone assembler revealed plans to invest in a $7 billion plant that would employ 5,000 workers in January.
John Melle, assistant US trade representative for the Western Hemisphere, will be the chief negotiator for the Americans.
Victory in the latest trade battle will only be secured if Canada uses all of the weapons in its arsenal.
Next steps in the US consultation process include public hearings scheduled for June 27-29.
The methane rule forces energy companies to capture methane burned off at drilling sites on public lands.
Reinvigorating NAFTA must be left to politics, clearer heads and fate, but whatever the outcome, companies should direct their attention to issues over which they have some control.
President accepts challenge from Salesforce.com’s CEO to create 5 million apprenticeships over five years.
State’s governor says Donald Trump’s decision to pull the US from the Paris agreement will only be a temporary setback.