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Mexico Is Now Top U.S. Trade Partner, Ahead of China, Canada

Mexico is the United States' top trade partner. At least for the moment.

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The Rough Road Ahead for Ratification of
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Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador was elected last year after promising to tackle corruption and inequality and improve conditions for Mexican workers. 

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Grassley to meet with Trump after issuing ultimatum on trade

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley will meet with Donald Trump at the White House Thursday to discuss trade policy, days after effectively issuing an ultimatum to the president.

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Commentary: Common sense security must prevail at the border

Now that the immediate threat by President Donald Trump to close the U.S. border with Mexico has passed, people in other parts of the country may be under the impression that business has returned to normal along the Rio Grande. Texans, especially those of us who live and work on the border, know better.

BETHLEHEM, PA - APRIL 15:  Donald Trump supporters demonstrate outside of a FOX News Town Hall with Democratic presidential candidate, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) at SteelStacks on April 15, 2019 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Sanders is running for president in a crowded field of Democrat contenders. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)

A Triple Threat to Consumers: China Tariffs Add to NAFTA Replacement Woes

Plenty of people complain about being over-taxed. Now they have another legitimate gripe: being over-tariffed.

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Can the administration and Congress move forward on $2 trillion infrastructure plan?

Adie Tomer, fellow in the Metropolitan Policy Program, explains what’s included in the $2 trillion infrastructure proposal announced Tuesday by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer following their meeting with President Trump, and how federal infrastructure programs are woefully outdated.

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Mexico, Canada to sign aircraft maintenance agreement

It took 12 years to finalize the accord, which is expected to create thousands of jobs
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2019 NASCO 25th Brochure

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