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Old November 28th, 2016, 01:59 AM   #11
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Little Canada and the United States competed efforts with NAFTA or whatever else the forum DTT like you?
Is it 20 percentage like I wants?
Who is with me right now?
No. I'm in Australia. BTW, how're the rape gangs doing over there???
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No. I'm in Australia. BTW, how're the rape gangs doing over there???
I'm living in Sweden and temporarily in the EU, I wish we pull us gone.
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Sweden borders on all Nordic but not Iceland.
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Australia is big as United States or closely true with area United States vs Australia.
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If not NAFTA the Wall is true trade if Trump gets to white house ...
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President-elect Donald Trump‘s plan to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to make it “a lot better” for U.S. workers would not be a one-way street for his administration, as Canada and Mexico prepare their own list of demands that could require difficult U.S. concessions.


The 22-year-old NAFTA and other trade deals became lightning rods for voter anger in the U.S. industrial heartland states that swept Trump to power this month.

READ MORE: Justin Trudeau, Mexican president to discuss NAFTA strategy in wake of Trump presidency: source

Trump — who on Monday vowed to file notice of his intent to quit an Asia-Pacific trade deal on his first day in office — has pledged to leave NAFTA if it can’t be improved to his liking. But he has said little about what improvements he wants, apart from halting the migration of U.S. factories and jobs to Mexico.

Trade experts, academics and government officials say Canada and Mexico would also seek tough concessions and that NAFTA’s zero-tariff rate would be extremely difficult to alter. And any renegotiation would likely take several years.

“In a renegotiation, one side can come in with requests, but the other side is going to expect concessions,” said Wendy Cutler, a former deputy U.S. Trade Representative (USTR).

“We need to know what we’re going to ask for and what we can give.”
When Cutler helped renegotiate a stalled trade deal with South Korea in 2010, USTR won concessions for U.S. automakers, but at the expense of a longer phase-out on steep Korean pork tariffs and allowing Korea to largely maintain a health care reimbursement system that favours domestic generic drugmakers.

Canada, Mexico will also have NAFTA demands if Donald Trump reopens trade deal - National | Globalnews.ca
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