Trump is delaying for six months any decision to slap tariffs on foreign cars.
US moving off quotas, officials are encouraged but any deal must still get by Trump.
A positive sign for the future of the trade deal – even if Canada wasn’t invited to take part: senior official
Another US Commerce Department “national security” move as the sector bleeds jobs.
Will focus on continuing to advance the argument current and future tariffs are bad for both countries.
Feds enforcing $16.6 billion in tariffs on U.S. imports, to go into effect July 1.
Canada and Mexico targets as Ross asked to consider whether they threaten US national security.
EU has drawn up a list of duties worth $3.4 billion to impose on US products if it is not permanently exempt.
US officials are sounding less than bullish about the prospects of an agreement by week’s end.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross casts new doubt on the feasibility of the task.
New agreement not likely to have much impact on US exports to South Korea.
Countries complain the US Trade Representative’s office has not provided specific guidance before tariffs are implemented.
Meanwhile Canadian, European, Indian leaders champion free trade.
Will present an idea to ensure American content in cars, while limiting disruptions to current supply chains.
Options include challenges under both NAFTA and at the World Trade Organization.