A menos de cien días para las elecciones presidenciales en Estados Unidos, los países latinoamericanos deben prepararse para un posible cambio de gobierno.
What’s in a name? In the case of the USMCA, some important, and much-needed upgrades to the 25-year old NAFTA. But as a negotiating strategy for future existing agreements it risks unpredictability.
The U.S.’s regional economic partners, which supply more than 40% of its steel imports and a majority of its aluminum imports, will be some of the most harmed by President Trump’s tariffs—and could do some serious damage to U.S. exports if they choose.
Leaving aside the fact that foreign automobiles are not a threat to national security, the administration’s new tariff threat will actually hurt U.S. auto manufacturers and customers.
The most contentious issues, such as rules of origin on manufactured goods, make their way to the forefront of the fourth round of NAFTA talks.