New NAFTA & Update on Tariffs

Stalled, Standby and Steaming Ahead? Written by Daniel D. Ujczo, Practice Group Chair – Intl & Regional Practices, Dickinson Wright Posted September 17, 2018 Section 301 China Tariffs   USTR issued two announcements on Monday, September 17 relating to the Section 301 tariffs.  Steaming Ahead USTR announced […]


#NAFTAWorks Scarbrough has been asked to participate at an event on Friday, February 9, 2018 put on by the Iowa Association of Business and Industry, along with the Greater Des Moines Partnership, The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and the Iowa Farm Bureau.  Keynote remarks prior […]

6th Round of NAFTA Negotiations Update

Minor Progress As we all know, the sixth round of NAFTA re-negotiations closed out in Montreal at the end of January with what’s being called “minor progress.” This was number six of seven rounds scheduled for the renegotiation and modernization of NAFTA, which began on August […]

The Sixth Round of NAFTA Negotiations This Week

Modernizing NAFTA   The sixth round of NAFTA negotiations are being held this week in Montreal despite the Government shutdown. A recent Reuters poll came in with results that a “The North American Free Trade Agreement will probably be renegotiated successfully with only marginal changes. […]

Scarbrough Promotes North American Trade at International Conference

Supporting NASCO. Supporting North American Trade. Scarbrough International recently participated in the North American Strategy for Competitiveness (NASCO) annual Continental Reunion in Monterrey Mexico to discuss issues and solutions to the changing dynamic of North American and global trade. Key players in the industry for […]

NAFTA Negotiations Summary Update

A Summary of NAFTA & Negotiations from a Canadian View. To view full text and source, visit The Globe and Mail Inc. (CA)   NAFTA: A Summarized Guide I found this amazing guide to the NAFTA negotiations from The Globe and Mail Inc., a Canadian-based […]

What’s new with NAFTA negotiations?

  Although, President Trump continues to threaten to pull out of NAFTA completely, Canada and Mexico officials believe it may be a negotiating tactic. President Trump claims he is serious.  We will see what comes out of the third set of NAFTA negotiations and discussions, […]

NAFTA Letter Drafted for Negotiations

Negotiations can move forward 90 days after approval The United States Trade Administration has drafted a letter which presents the Administration’s intent to initiate negotiations related to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and its architecture, and to strengthen our trade relationships in North […]

‘Tis the Season for NAFTA Certificates

If your company is a supplier, whether in USA, Mexico or Canada, don’t be surprised if you start receiving requests for NAFTA certificates.  On the other hand, if you are an importer, now is the time to start requesting your NAFTA Certificates from your suppliers. […]