Mexico and Canada seek U.S. soft spots to bolster NAFTA defense

From launching a data-mining drive aiming to find supply-chain pressure points to sending officials to mobilize allies in key U.S. states, Mexico and Canada are bolstering their defenses of the North American Free Trade Agreement which President Donald Trump vows to rewrite. Fearing the massive disruptions a U.S. pullout could cause, the United States’ neighbors and two biggest export markets have focused on sectors most exposed to a breakdown in free trade and with the political clout to influence Washington. Reuters reports. Glencore in talks to sell Peru mining royalties Mining-trading group Glencore has hired the Bank of Nova Scotia to sell a portfolio of royalty assets, including one for the Antamina copper-zinc mine in Peru, four people familiar with […]

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