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Al Jazeera
· Canadian PM to skip US-Mexico meeting in Washington, DC  
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will not visit Washington, DC with Mexico's president this week to celebrate a new North American trade deal, his office said on Monday, after Canada raised concerns over potential United States aluminium tariffs.
Express.co.uk
· Brexit LIVE: British fisheries group outlines FIVE KEY POINTS Boris must make in EU talks  
Britain is on course to leave the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) next year and become an independent coastal state – free to set its own tariffs and quotas on stocks.
Malay Mail
· Trudeau skipping Trump summit with Mexican president  
MEXICO CITY, July 7 — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will not visit Washington with Mexico's president this week to celebrate a new North American trade deal, his office said yesterday, after Canada raised concerns over potential US aluminum tariffs.
Seeking Alpha
· Nova Lifestyle reports negative Q1 result, expects lower demand  
The increased trade tariffs further contributed to the company's adversely impacted revenues.
Seeking Alpha
· Worthington: A More Worthy Play On Nikola's Craziness  
WOR’s recently faced a lot of headwinds from steel tariffs.
Washington Post
· So Long, Nafta; Hello, USMCA. What You Need to Know  
It phased out tariffs on most goods, creating what was for a time the world’s largest free-trade zone and gradually tripling trade among the three countries.
Seeking Alpha
· Chesapeake Energy And Energy Transfer Skirmish: Contract Rejection  
Off topic, but I found the fact that rates were $9.58/mmbtu from 2016 to 2025, falling to $3.0417/mmbtu from 2025 to 2030, broadly indicative of something I've noticed often on Energy Transfer contracts: higher upfront tariffs in exchange for significant rate relief on the back end.
Seeking Alpha
· Jasa Marga: Near-Term Recovery Priced In  
The FY2020 and FY2021 outlook for Jasa Marga is uncertain, considering a potential delay in new toll road construction, a smaller increase in tariffs, and the absence of divestment opportunities.
TheStreet
· Trump's New Nafta is a Proven Failure Already  
The US-Mexico-Canada Agreement requires 40% or more of parts for each passenger vehicle be manufactured by workers who are paid at least $16 per hour as a condition to make them tariff free in the region.