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Mexican, Canadian labor leaders say U.S. content requirement for autos in NAFTA 'won't fly'

October 12, 2017
Labor leaders from Mexico and Canada are criticizing a proposal the U.S. is expected to advance at the fourth round of NAFTA 2.0 talks this week that calls for autos to have at least half U.S.-sourced content to qualify for tariff-free treatment. Napolean Gomez, the national president of the National Union of Mining, Metallurgical, Steel and Allied Workers of Mexico, told Inside U.S. Trade on Thursday that a rule of origin should not benefit any one country more than another...


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