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John Birch Society 26m
This reprint is a key educational tool for convincing opinion molders that Congress must reject the agreement because it is a stepping stone towards the . Get your copy today!
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Sabrina Rodríguez 24h
.: USTR still working on implementing legislation. Lighthizer told Grassley in a Friday meeting that he wants new to go through House before Senate. But no mention of timetable for getting through Congress.
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Peterson Institute Jan 15
The word "free" is notably missing from the & the negotiating objectives for the proposed US-Japan Trade Agreement. This is no accident. Trump’s goals are closer to “one-way free trade,” with elements of “managed trade,” not “bilateral free trade.”
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Linda Drisdelle Jan 15
"NAFTA was due for change" Bill Kitay event
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Mexico Center 45m
This report, prepared by 's , and supported in part by , reviews the history of the 's Community Adjustment and Investment Program; and applies lessons learned to inform the discussion on .
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Sarah Reynolds 2h
Trade Wars with Lori Wallach h/t & -
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rmarie699 Jan 7
The is still an issue and it looks like a lot of us wanted Canada’s gov’t to honour it’s promise “no deal is better than a bad deal”. should think long & hard about this. Rural cnd’s matter.
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William Mauldin 2h
. is named chairman of key trade subcommittee as House prepares to consider Trump's new version of . With a Portland district that includes Nike and Intel workers, Blumenauer supports freer trade than most House Democrats.
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Brent H. Cameron 2h
- ask this one: "If the required Canada to merge its Parliament, currency, foreign policy & military with the US & Mexico, would you vote to 'Remains' or to 'Exit'?"... and pls share those results
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PJA Jan 13
You understand large government means a great burden on the taxpayer. Large Salary and lifetime benefits. Yes low dollar is good for economy and export, but not this low and limited who we can trade with by signing
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AmCham Canada Jan 15
Thank you, for speaking to , , and on how can help prepare Ontario companies considering expanding their business to export to the U.S.
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DavidB Jan 10
And the deal hasn’t been approved by !
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President Bad Faith 8h
With the recent our GREAT U.
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Consulmex Filadelfia 20h
Today participated in the “Tariff Talks 2.0” roundtable organized by to discuss details and benefits of the -. We emphasized how the new agreement promotes trade and a more competitive, modern and prosperous North American region 🇲🇽 🇺🇸
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President Bad Faith Jan 11
With the recent our GREAT , Melania, on tonight at 9:
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Sarah K Mock Jan 14
Replying to @POTUS
says fixing broken trade systems that are horrible. Sites and “many others”. Call back to which gets big ovation.
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Francisco dela Torre 3h
- 🇲🇽 is largest trading partner -Almost 200 billion 💵 trade per year -1 million jobs are supported by trade with 🇲🇽 & 🇨🇦 👇🏽
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jestiny 3h
Replying to @davidakin @cafreeland
The paper they signed is called Canada is last for a reason. No need to pretend otherwise.
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Global Chamber® 11h
Join us Jan 22nd for a 2019 global and outlook. Speakers include Dan Ujczo of Dickinson Wright , James L. Ratcliff of Rowpar Pharma, Ian McClarty of and Mel Sanderson of Freeport McMoRan
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JFHould 20h
🤝What a pleasure to meet ! Trade between Québec and Michigan is reaching $3,9B + 5700 🇺🇸jobs are created by Qc in MI. We will keep working together to tackle common interest issues related to our economy + environment.
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