U.S. reaches deal with Canada, Mexico to lift steel, aluminum tariffs, clearing key obstacle to passage of Trump’s new trade deal

Trump also delayed his auto tariff decision for up to 180 days, giving the European Union and Japan more time to limit auto shipments to the U.S.BREAKING NEWS: U.S., CANADA, AND MEXICO RESOLVE TRADE IMPASSE
by Kevin Ryan

In a significant step toward final approval of the new US-Mexico-Canada trade agreement, Canada and Mexico have agreed to tough new measures to prevent Chinese steel from entering the U.S. through their borders, and the U.S. has agreed to remove steel and aluminum tariffs on its two neighbors.

The tariff issue was threatening to derail the new North American trade pact that the Trump administration had negotiated to replace NAFTA. The new agreement must still be approved by congress before it takes effect.

SOURCE: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/trump-delays-auto-tariff-threat-for-up-to-180-days/2019/05/17/95432e8e-78a7-11e9-b7ae-390de4259661_story.html

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