Latest U.S. pitch on NAFTA: Hiking Mexican auto wages

Employee works on test frame of car in Puebla, Mexico.
An employee works on test frame of a car in Puebla, Mexico. Photo: Susana Gonzalez / Bloomberg via Getty Images

The latest U.S. proposal in NAFTA negotiations with Canada and Mexico includes a provision that would involve higher wages for auto workers in Mexico, the Globe and Mail reports and sources close to the negotiation confirm to Axios.

Why it matters: This is the latest attempt to resolve a dispute over which cars are subject to tariffs under auto rules of origin, one of the major sticking point in negotiations.