Unifor workers rally to call on Boeing to drop it's complaint against Bombardier, Sept. 20
On Saturday (October 14), the Trump administration put on the negotiating table eliminating Chapter 19 in NAFTA. The Canadian Press reports, "The U.S. want to strip down Chapter 19 that allows companies to fight to overturn duties... Chapter 19 would be eliminated entirely, after a phase-out period."
In late July, in response to previous reports that the Trump administration would seek the elimination of Chapter 19, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau commented, "A fair dispute resolution system is essential for any trade deal that Canada signs on to and we expect that that will continue to be the case in any renegotiated NAFTA, that we will continue to have a fair dispute resolution system."
How should progressives respond to this?