Daily Management Review

GM & Ford In A Rendezvous With The Trade Officials Of The United States


02/28/2018


Negotiators are dealing with official rules concerning “regional content in cars” besides pushing for a re-negotiation on the “North American Free Trade Agreement”.



The “trade officials” of the United States has met up with two automakers, General Motors (GM) and Ford, revealed two sources. The said meeting took place following the return of a negotiator from “NAFTA talks in Mexico” which dealt with “consultations about rules governing the thorny issue of regional content in cars”.
 
Furthermore, Reuters added that:
“The officials from the U.S. Trade Representative’s office will not meet Fiat Chrysler (FCHA.MI), the two people briefed on the talks said. Fiat Chrysler met USTR officials last week.”
 
When it comes to “rules of origin” in related matters, the negotiator in the U.S. is Jason Bernstein, who “left the Mexican round of talks” for renegotiating the “North American Free Trade Agreement” in consultation with the chief of USTR, Robert Lighthizer on the “auto sector rules”.
 
References:
reuters.com







Science & Technology

Chinese Study Claims Heart Diseases Can Be Reduced By Having An Egg A Day

Asteroid mining: Reality or fiction?

3D Printing Used For Life Saving Kidney Transplant In Two Year Old At U.K. NHS

California to require solar panels for new homes by 2020

Blockchain Enables De Beers To Track Diamond From The Miner To The Retailer

Microsoft releases Windows 10’s April 2018 Update

DNA Sequencing Project Proposed For All Complex Life Forms On Earth By An Int’l Team

Facebook may start production of its own microprocessors

Long-Term Alcohol Monitoring Could Be Possible With A New Injectable Chip Developed By U.S. Researchers

Sweden Now Has The First Electrified Road In The World

World Politics

World & Politics

The British government is trying to unblock money to pay off the national debt

Ministerial Visit From India To North Korea Aimed At Strengthening Ties

What countries are the biggest losers of Trump’s Iran decision?

World's Oldest Elected Prime Minister Is Malaysia’s 92 Year Old Mahathir Mohamad

Why Is U.S. Pulling Out Of The Iran Deal A Big Deal For The World

Merkel, Macron, May call on Iran to adhere to the nuclear deal

Arab Region Driven In ‘Wrong Direction’ In Last 10 Years, Say Arab Your: Survey

German doctors demand a tax on sugar