On May 18, 2017, a letter from the White House to Congress triggered the start of the 90-day process for NAFTA’s renegotiation. This calendar will help you track the expected events and deadlines leading up to August 16.
With a letter from the White House to Congress, U.S. President Donald Trump officially kicked off NAFTA’s renegotiation.
Here’s what to expect and dates to watch over the next 90 days.
“Mexico has already started,” Matthiesen confirmed. “They’re well ahead of the U.S. and Canada and, as one person here in D.C. said recently, they are ready to go.”
The United States is considered by many to be the gold-standard in managing important consultations across the country and soliciting U.S. industry and stakeholder input into the international trade policy process,
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