Nine modernization chapters will cut red tape that has made it a hassle for cross-border trade.
Will focus on continuing to advance the argument current and future tariffs are bad for both countries.
Tariffs slapped on cars and light trucks entering the US sparked major concern among MPs.
Expressed concerns about Trump’s use of a national security waiver to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum.
She defended the international rules-based system that the US led in creating after the Second World War.
Claim his comments undermined Trump on the verge of his summit with the leader of North Korea.
Feds enforcing $16.6 billion in tariffs on U.S. imports, to go into effect July 1.
Exemptions expire June 1 on import duties of 25% on steel and 10% on aluminum.
Foreign Affairs minister tells steel industry: we’ve got your back.
Partners working around the clock to get a deal in time for the current Congress, but time is running out.
High-level conversations are looking at what’s next for the negotiations.
US officials are sounding less than bullish about the prospects of an agreement by week’s end.
Mexico differing on auto parts that benefit production in high-wage jurisdictions.
Hanging in for a marathon round aimed at getting a new continental trade deal by next week.
Freeland and Lighthizer people clash over late stage sticking point.