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EU’s Tough New Trade Boss Seeks Reset With Trump

New European Union Trade Commissioner Phil Hogan arrives in Washington on what could be an impossible mission — resetting the world’s largest investment and trade relationship after three years of President Donald Trump’s trade-rattling tariffs. The challenge could be the 6-foot-5-inch Irishman’s most daunting to date, following tough but successful negotiations on an EU beef deal with the U.S. and ...

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President Trump Keeps His Promise To Fix NAFTA!

President Donald J. Trump has fought for better trade deals for American workers since his first day in office. In addition to new agreements with Japan, South Korea, and the European Union, the President has long argued that NAFTA must be reformed. More than a year ago, he kept that signature campaign promise when he signed a modern, rebalanced trade deal ...

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Trade Deal Between America, Mexico And Canada Anticipated

Nancy Pelosi, U.S. House of Representatives Speaker, expressed support for trade deal between US, Canada and Mexico on better enforcement of its labor provisions. President Donald Trump and top administration officials put pressure on Pelosi and Congress to approve the trade agreement through scores of coordinated interviews with talk radio stations and aggressive social media postings. They are pressing for ...

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