U.S. Chamber of Commerce Slams Trump on NAFTA

(Recasts with speech, Trump, Lighthizer) By Ana Isabel Martinez and David Lawder MEXICO CITY/WASHINGTON, Oct 10 (Reuters) - The most powerful U.S. business lobby accused the Trump administration on Tuesday of making "poison pill proposals" to sabotage talks aimed at modernizing NAFTA, as negotiators began gathering in Washington for fresh trade talks. Talks to update the 23-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement have turned increasingly acrimonious. Mexico accuses U.S. ...

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