· 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.
· 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.
· 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.
· Nova Lifestyle reports negative Q1 result, expects lower demand →
The increased trade tariffs further contributed to the company's adversely impacted revenues.
· Worthington: A More Worthy Play On Nikola's Craziness →
WOR’s recently faced a lot of headwinds from steel tariffs.
· 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.
· 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.
· 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.
· 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.