U.S. expected to come out swinging in round four of NAFTA talks

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The first three rounds of the three city touring NAFTA talks have seen many handshakes, a few trials balloons and agreement on predictable texts. Round four will begin back in DC mid-week and is expected to have some more drama and rocky moments as predicted by Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland at the outset of the talks. U.S. Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue compared the opening rounds to a boxing match, where rivals are feeling each other out by dancing around the ring. “If you’ve ever watched a boxing match, they circle one another for a while. I think we’re…

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