The new NAFTA, USMCA

U.S., Mexico and Canada create the USMCA  Canada and the U.S. reach an agreement on North American trade after talks this weekend, and Canada will officially be signing a new NAFTA with U.S. and Mexico, bringing the revamp of the North American Trade Agreement to […]

Summary of The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) Written by Daniel D. Ujczo, Practice Group Chair – Intl & Regional Practices, Dickinson Wright Posted September 30, 2018 The United States, Canada, and Mexico reached a trilateral agreement as part of the renovation of the North American Free Trade Agreement […]

Trump writes letter to Mexico president elect

About the Letter President Trump wrote a letter to Mexico’s president elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, stating he was looking forward to working together and building a close relationship. The letter is the newest step in a better relationship between Mexico and the United States.   […]

Mexico won’t make a separate trade deal with U.S.

Mexico will not make an independent deal with the U.S. Mexican officials made it clear to their Canadian partners not to take anything away from their trade negotiators and the Americans meeting bilaterally Friday (July 27) in Washington.  The new government in Mexico City isn’t […]

China and United States Trade Discussions

Just recently President Trump visited Beijing for trade discussions.   both sides reached a consensus on some trade issues while acknowledging major disagreements on some matters both sides outlined a series of tough demands both sides agreed to keep discussions on the table We picked up […]

‘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. […]

U.S., Canada Working to Facilitate Cross-Border Trade and Travel

U.S., Canada Working to Facilitate Cross-Border Trade and Travel September 22, 2016 | Except from: Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commission R. Gil Kerlikowske told a conference on U.S.-Canada border issues Sept. 20 that the two countries are continuing to work on […]

Bill to Facilitate U.S. Operations in Canada

Bipartisan Senate Introduces Bill To Facilitate U.S. Operations in Canada Bipartisan legislation to increase national security and facilitate travel and commerce between the United States and Canada was introduced Tuesday, March 2, 2016 in the House and Senate. The Promoting Travel, Commerce, and National Security […]

The Pope’s Visit to historic U.S.

The Pope’s Visit to historic U.S. Pope Francis is the fourth Pope in history to visit the U.S. making this visit a historic tour though Washington, New York and Philadelphia. The Argentinian Pope gave several speeches in Spanish mostly, where he mentioned the important values, […]

Congestion on the West Coast Ports Affects Exporters

Congestion on the West Coast Ports Affects Exporters By: Bill Mongelluzzo | Apr 29 2015 Economists are projecting strong U.S. imports during the summer-fall peak season. The ports took a big hit in the first two months of the year as cargo was diverted to the East […]