Mientras los negociadores trabajan esta semana en Washington en la actualización del Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte (TLCAN), es probable que la reunión más importante sea una que tuvo lugar a miles de kilómetros de distancia. El representante de Comercio de Estados Unidos, Robert Lighthizer, cenó con el secretario de Economía mexicano, Ildefonso Guajardo, en Argentina, dijo Guajardo a Bloomberg News después de las reuniones de la Organización Mundial del Comercio en Buenos Aires.
As negotiators work this week in Washington to update the North American Free Trade Agreement, the most important meeting may be one that took place thousands of miles away. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer dined with Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo in Argentina, Guajardo told Bloomberg News on the sidelines of World Trade Organization meetings in Buenos Aires. The tete-a-tete didn’t include Canadian participation, he said.
The U.S., European Union and Japan announced a partnership to tackle overcapacity issues and forced technology transfers, which could inflame their relationship with China. The three countries issued a joint declaration Tuesday at the World Trade Organization biennial meetings that promised to target the “severe excess capacity in key sectors,” market-distorting subsidies, and policies that force companies to transfer their proprietary technologies abroad.
@USTradeRep@wto .@USTradeRep The @wto dispute settlement body is "not effective in addressing a trade regime that broadly conflicts with the fundamental underpinnings of the WTO system. No amount of enforcement activities by other WTO members would be sufficient to remedy this type of behavior."
@USTradeRep@wto .@USTradeRep says @wto dispute settlement system is "not designed to address a situation in which a WTO member has opted for a state-led trade regime that prevails over market forces and pursues policies guided by mercantilism rather than global economic cooperation."
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