north american free trade agreement

Mexico Braces for the Fallout of a Trump Presidency

Mexico Braces for the Fallout of a Trump Presidency

A board displaying the exchange rates of the Mexican peso against the American dollar at a foreign exchange house in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, on Tuesday.
What Will President Trump Do on Birth Control, Climate and Immigration?

What Will President Trump Do on Birth Control, Climate and Immigration?

President-elect Donald J. Trump with President Obama in the Oval Office on Thursday.
Contributing Opinion Writer: Mexico Awaits Trump’s Next Move

Contributing Opinion Writer: Mexico Awaits Trump’s Next Move

Undocumented immigrants waiting to be deported by plane in Mesa, Ariz., in 2015
Global Shivers: What Will Trump Trade Policy Actually Look Like? Three Possibilities

Global Shivers: What Will Trump Trade Policy Actually Look Like? Three Possibilities

A Chinese-made banner at the Yiwu International Trade Center this month in Jinhua, Zhejiang Province.
Mexicans Are the Nafta Winners? It’s News to Them

Mexicans Are the Nafta Winners? It’s News to Them

Trucks on an overpass at the World Trade International Bridge in Laredo, Tex. Goods manufactured by companies operating in both the United States and Mexico cross the border multiple times during
Mexicans Are the Nafta Winners? It’s News to Them

Mexicans Are the Nafta Winners? It’s News to Them

Trucks on an overpass at the World Trade International Bridge in Laredo, Tex. Goods manufactured by companies operating in both the United States and Mexico cross the border multiple times during
Trump’s Industry Criticisms Shift Detroit Auto Show’s Focus

Trump’s Industry Criticisms Shift Detroit Auto Show’s Focus

Setting up cameras at the Detroit auto show on Monday before a news conference that announced the new BMW 5-series.
Wilbur Ross Vows to Push Trump’s Trade Agenda, Starting With Nafta

Wilbur Ross Vows to Push Trump’s Trade Agenda, Starting With Nafta

The billionaire investor and nominee for commerce secretary said at his confirmation hearing that “all aspects” of the trade agreement were on the table.
Preparing to Meet Trump, Mexican Leader Seeks Common Ground

Preparing to Meet Trump, Mexican Leader Seeks Common Ground

President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico seemed to adapt President Trump’s “America first” message to his own purposes in a speech on Monday.
Preparing to Meet Trump, Mexican Leader Seeks Common Ground

Preparing to Meet Trump, Mexican Leader Seeks Common Ground

President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico seemed to adapt President Trump’s “America first” message to his own purposes in a speech on Monday.
Preparing to Meet Trump, Mexican Leader Seeks Common Ground

Preparing to Meet Trump, Mexican Leader Seeks Common Ground

President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico seemed to adapt President Trump’s “America first” message to his own purposes in a speech on Monday.
Economic Scene: Mexico’s Potential Weapons if Trump Declares War on Nafta

Economic Scene: Mexico’s Potential Weapons if Trump Declares War on Nafta

Workers on an auto parts production line in the Bosch factory this month in San Luis Potosí, Mexico. President Trump has threatened to impose a 35 percent tariff against Mexico.
Facing Trump, Mexicans Think the Unthinkable: Leaving Nafta

Facing Trump, Mexicans Think the Unthinkable: Leaving Nafta

Cargo trucks in Laredo, Tex., on Mexico’s border. About $1.4 billion in goods go back and forth over the border daily.
Facing Trump, Mexicans Think the Unthinkable: Leaving Nafta

Facing Trump, Mexicans Think the Unthinkable: Leaving Nafta

Cargo trucks in Laredo, Tex., on Mexico’s border. About $1.4 billion in goods go back and forth over the border daily.
Trade Talks: Will Trump Go After Nafta With Tweezers or a Hammer?

Trade Talks: Will Trump Go After Nafta With Tweezers or a Hammer?

At the 1992 signing ceremony in San Antonio with Carlos Salinas de Gortari of Mexico and Brian Mulroney of Canada, George H.W. Bush called the North American Free Trade Agreement a “turning point in
Economic Scene: Making Mexico Pay for Border Wall: Ideas Abound, and So Do Obstacles

Economic Scene: Making Mexico Pay for Border Wall: Ideas Abound, and So Do Obstacles

Workers raising a taller fence along the United States-Mexico border in November. President Trump wants to erect a border wall, paid for with Mexican money.
If Trump Kills NAFTA: What Small Businesses Think
Trump’s Trade War May Have Already Begun

Trump’s Trade War May Have Already Begun

A crane operates next to shipping containers in Chongqing, China. As the Trump administration threatens to impose punitive tariffs on imported goods, American allies are looking to China, which has
Mexico Takes First Step Before Talks With U.S. on Nafta

Mexico Takes First Step Before Talks With U.S. on Nafta

The Mexican government, under President Enrique Peña Nieto, is intent on preserving the North American Free Trade Agreement and the $1.4 billion in trade that crosses the United States-Mexico border
Mexico Takes First Step Before Talks With U.S. on Nafta

Mexico Takes First Step Before Talks With U.S. on Nafta

The Mexican government, under President Enrique Peña Nieto, is intent on preserving the North American Free Trade Agreement and the $1.4 billion in trade that crosses the United States-Mexico border