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NAFTA defense strategies face political pitfalls

November 20, 2017, Automotive News

John Veroneau participated in a panel discussion hosted by the Washington International Trade Association and is quoted in this Automotive News article regarding the future of NAFTA. Veroneau suggested that President Trump might put the ball in Congress' court, as he did with the Iran nuclear deal. Such a move would be a political act without any real statutory impact.

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