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Tune up or tear up: Three things to watch for in NAFTA renegotiations

Monday, August 28, 2017 @ 8:55 AM | By Martin Masse and Erin Brown

Canada, the United States, and Mexico concluded the first round of North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) renegotiations on Aug. 20. Prior to the next round of talks set to kick off on Sept. 1, there are a few issues to focus on as these may be key indicators of where the renegotiations are ultimately headed.

Chapter 19 dispute resolution  

The most contentious issue in NAFTA renegotiations is the fate of Chapter 19 dispute resolution panels. NAFTA Article 1904 provides for review by binational panels of...