Mexico resists Democrats' labor push on trade pact
Added 12-03-19 09:04:02pm EST - “Mexico's government and business leaders are voicing opposition to a key demand of U.S. Democratic lawmakers in a renegotiated North American trade pact, jeopardizing the deal's passage this year.” - Foxbusiness.com
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FOX Business’ Hillary Vaugh reports on President Trump placing new tariffs on Brazil and Argentina, China trade negotiations, and the limited time Congress has to pass USMCA before the year ends.
Mexico's government and business leaders are voicing opposition to a key demand of U.S. Democratic lawmakers in a renegotiated North American trade pact, jeopardizing the deal's passage this year.
Congressional Democrats, blaming Mexico for not living up to labor promises in the current North American Free Trade Agreement, have asked the Trump administration to beef up labor rules in its new version of the deal, known as the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA.
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