NPR – Trade negotiators for the United States, Canada and Mexico are running out of time to complete an overhaul of the North American Free Trade Agreement, making it likely the effort won’t be completed this year.

The failure to complete the deal would be a political setback for President Trump, who has repeatedly vowed to scrap NAFTA and replace it with something better.   Negotiators remain far apart on several key issues, involving domestic auto content, dispute resolution and whether to impose a “sunset clause” requiring periodic renewal of the treaty.

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