15 October, 2017
The U.S. proposed late Thursday raising the so-called auto rules of origin to 85 percent from the current 62.5 percent, the official said, speaking on the condition of anonymity.
He says he is advising companies to start planning for the possibility of a world without NAFTA.
Canada's position remains that the farmers have done nothing wrong, added the source.
Both leaders supported the renegotiation of the NAFTA, while vehemently criticized U.S. President Donald Trump and Washington's stance to impose a clause in the five-year agreement.
Mohammad Amir ruled out of ongoing Sri Lanka ODIs
The result meant Sri Lanka has lifted from 90 points to 94 points, while Pakistan has dropped from 93 points to 88 points. Sri Lanka have wrapped up victory in the second Test by 68 runs to claim the series two-nil over Pakistan in Dubai .
GST Council Meet Ends, Rates on Many Consumer Items Slashed
GST Council also allowed SMEs with turnover of up to Rs 1.5 crore to file quarterly returns instead of monthly filings. Jaitley conceded that there had been blockage in credit of exporters which was affecting their cash liquidity.
Trump Ends ObamaCare Abortion and Contraceptive Mandate
Advocates for religious groups called the rule a major step forward after years of fighting the requirement. The 2014 Hobby Lobby decision expanded exemptions to for-profit " closely held corporations".
The leaders of Mexico and Canada presented a united front for trade talks with President Donald Trump, committing to continued trilateral negotiations after US negotiators put forward a contentious proposal for a NAFTA "sunset clause". After Trump mused Wednesday about breaking NAFTA into bilateral deals, his two counterparts called for the trade deal to be preserved and modernized and praised each other for aid provided during natural disasters. But if NAFTA is terminated, as Trump has threatened, USA access to foreign markets could be further imperilled.
The United States has long protested against Canada's system of tariffs and export limits created to protect the domestic market.
"We do not see supply management as being on the table", spokeswoman Isabelle Bouchard wrote in an e-mail, noting the government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has frequently promised to defend the dairy sector.