Ryanair files complaint over Air Berlin credit - NAFTA renegotiation talks begin
The US president is staying home from what would have been his first visit to Latin America and a chance to ease foreign leaders' policy concerns. Donald Trump's message: The region is not a priority for the US.
US President Donald Trump has suggested Canada and Mexico could win exemptions to his planned tariffs on steel and aluminum if they agree to a new free trade deal. Ottawa said this was "absolutely unacceptable."
Key figures in US President Donald Trump's own party have expressed their concern over his plan to introduce steel and aluminum import tariffs, and called for them to be scrapped. Trump said he would "stick to his guns."
The EU and Mexico have had a free trade agreement for 17 years, but have been negotiating a new one for the past 18 months. Following the most recent round of talks, hopes are high that a deal can be concluded next week.
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