AUTO INDUSTRY PLEADS for delay in North American trade-deal implementation due to coronavirus pandemic. Now that Canada has ratified the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, the Trump administration is eager to see the pact enter into force as soon as possible. President Trump wants to tout the impact of the new agreement, which will replace Nafta, in the 2020 election campaign. But the auto industry wants its new regulations delayed until next year.

“When you add to that the Covid-19 crisis, this is really beyond understanding…


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