The NAFTA timeline has become indeterminate

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It was a timeline that was described as aggressive and fast, but not totally impossible. Early in the NAFTA renegotiations, everyone recognized that attempting to complete the negotiations within a seven month timeline was going to be difficult, but optimists thought our economic bond would win in the end. The July 1st Mexican election and the U.S. mid-term elections have always been goal posts for these talks, never mind the overhanging threats by the President to trigger a NAFTA withdrawal countdown as a strategy to push Canada and Mexico to meet his demands. The President’s Art of the Deal double…

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