[A] potential tariff on the automobile sector puts many historic U.S. partners in the spotlight.
We are in the hands of a complete imbecile and his fears. What a time we live in.
Mexico is finally raising its voice.
<i>The Trump administration's latest rebukes to its southern neighbor focus on the construction of the wall that should separate both countries.</i>
The guest of honor is now in the eye of the storm: Canada has taken Mexico’s place in Trump's bull's-eye during the NAFTA renegotiations. Unlike the first talks, [Read more]
At the end of the day, the bedrock question remains unanswered: do the Americans want a new deal on NAFTA or not?
Trump made decisions opposing NAFTA, with the logic of a grocery store clerk unable to look at the big picture of trade, the economy and the trilateral relationship.
Until now, American commentators had assumed that Trump's extreme rhetoric was meant to boost his bargaining power. Now the mood has changed.
The problem is that, much like Trump, the United States wants everything in exchange for ... nothing.