USMCA Watch: Ford, Daimler Near End of Long Road of Regulatory Uncertainty

Canada 426 Cons. Discr. - Autos 954 Energy - Conventional 384 Health Care 258 Mexico 731 Trade Deals 906 U.S. 4632 USMCA 430

A revision to the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement has finally been accepted by the U.S. House Democrats. That ends a more-than-12 month discussion that had left regulatory uncertainties hanging over labor law, environmental policy, enforcement processes and the pharmaceutical and steel sectors. The saga isn’t over yet. Passage through the U.S. House of Representatives needs to be completed. The U.S. Senate won’t take the bill up until after impeachment. Both the Mexican and Canadian parliamentary authorities have to pass it too – the latter might not do so until February. The revised pharma...

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