International Trade Lawyer Dan Ujczo Speaks to the Globe and Mail about NAFTA Renegotiation

May 24, 2017
In the article “Trump’s Woes offer Canada a glimmer of hope on trade front,” published by the Globe and Mail, Canada’s national newspaper, Dickinson Wright Attorney Dan Ujczo discusses the Trump administration’s tenuous position to get a NAFTA renegotiation completed within a year.

According to the article, a weakened president has less leverage with Congress to take a hard line on trade. The Trump administration must work closely with Congress throughout the process, under the legislation that gives a president the power to negotiate trade deals.

“With an embattled President, that will largely shut that process down,” said Mr. Ujczo. “You need to go back to Congress to approve the agreement, and I don’t think Congress would do it.”

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