U.S. says time running short for NAFTA talks, floats bilateral deals

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – The top U.S. trade envoy said on Monday that bilateral deals could replace NAFTA if the pact is not renegotiated soon, ramping up pressure on Canada and Mexico, already smarting from President Donald Trump’s plan to impose steel and aluminum tariffs.

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